Commentary: Trials should inform structures and processes needed for tailoring interventions

Macq, Jean
March 2005
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);3/19/2005, Vol. 330 Issue 7492, p665
Academic Journal
Comments on health planning for patients with multiple service needs. Critique of the SA HealthPlus trial, which focused on creating a coordinated health care model for Australia; Report that the SA HealthPlus model did not reduce costs, but succeeded in improving health outcomes; Impact of the trial on health care policy implementation; Methods for regulating coordinated care; Discussion of applying the outcomes of the trial to different cultural settings and countries.


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