Funding and remuneration of interdisciplinary primary care teams in Canada: a conceptual framework and application

@inproceedings{Wranik2017FundingAR,
  title={Funding and remuneration of interdisciplinary primary care teams in Canada: a conceptual framework and application},
  author={Wiesława Dominika Wranik and Susan Marie Haydt and Alan Katz and A. R. Levy and Maryna Korchagina and Jeanette M. Edwards and Ian Bower},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Reliance on interdisciplinary teams in the delivery of primary care is on the rise. Funding bodies strive to design financial environments that support collaboration between providers. At present, the design of financial arrangements has been fragmented and not based on evidence. The root of the problem is a lack of systematic evidence demonstrating the superiority of any particular financial arrangement, or a solid understanding of options. In this study we develop a framework for… CONTINUE READING
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