Potentially preventable hospitalisations: are they a useful marker of access to and experience of care in general practice among people with type 2 diabetes?

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The aim of the present study was to explore access to and experience of care in general practice among patients admitted to hospital with a type 2 diabetes mellitus-related potentially preventable hospitalisation (PPH). Forty-eight patients admitted to two public hospitals in the north and west of Melbourne completed a survey and 13 patients were… (More)

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@article{ManskiNankervis2015PotentiallyPH, title={Potentially preventable hospitalisations: are they a useful marker of access to and experience of care in general practice among people with type 2 diabetes?}, author={J Manski-Nankervis and John Furler and Ralph Audehm and Irene Blackberry and Doris Y L Young}, journal={Australian journal of primary health}, year={2015}, volume={21 2}, pages={214-20} }