Out-of-clinic patient communication in paediatric rheumatology: the extent and nature of demand

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BACKGROUND Traditional funding models for public paediatric rheumatology care are typically based on providing medical services for a defined number of clinics per week. Anecdotally there is significant demand by patients and families for out-of-clinic communication with care providers and services provided under traditional funding models may not meet this… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1546-0096-11-13

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@inproceedings{Feldman2013OutofclinicPC, title={Out-of-clinic patient communication in paediatric rheumatology: the extent and nature of demand}, author={Debi V Feldman and Jo Buckle and Jane E. Munro and Roger C. Allen and Jonathan D. Akikusa}, booktitle={Pediatric rheumatology online journal}, year={2013} }