Intrapartum care by general practitioners and family physicians. Provincial trends from 1984-1985 to 1994-1995.

@article{Kaczorowski2000IntrapartumCB,
  title={Intrapartum care by general practitioners and family physicians. Provincial trends from 1984-1985 to 1994-1995.},
  author={Janusz A Kaczorowski and Cheryl A Levitt},
  journal={Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien},
  year={2000},
  volume={46},
  pages={587-92, 595-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine provincial trends in provision of intrapartum care by general practitioners and family physicians (GP/FPs) for the 11 years from 1984 to 1995. DESIGN Analyses of provincial Medical Care Fee-for-Service Utilization data for births from 1984-1985 to 1994-1995. SETTING 10 provinces of Canada. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Proportion of vaginal births billed by GP/FPs (expressed as total number of vaginal births billed by GP/FPs divided by total number of vaginal births… CONTINUE READING

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