The implementation of integrated care: the empirical validation of the Development Model for Integrated Care

@inproceedings{Minkman2011TheIO,
  title={The implementation of integrated care: the empirical validation of the Development Model for Integrated Care},
  author={Mirella M. N. Minkman and Robbert P Vermeulen and Kees Ahaus and Robbert Huijsman},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Integrated care is considered as a strategy to improve the delivery, efficiency, client outcomes and satisfaction rates of health care. To integrate the care from multiple providers into a coherent client-focused service, a large number of activities and agreements have to be implemented like streamlining information flows and patient transfers. The Development Model for Integrated care (DMIC) describes nine clusters containing in total 89 elements that contribute to the integration… CONTINUE READING
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