Turning vision into reality: successful integration of primary healthcare in taber, Canada.

@article{Wedel2007TurningVI,
  title={Turning vision into reality: successful integration of primary healthcare in taber, Canada.},
  author={Robert J Wedel and Ruth Grant Kalischuk and E. I. Patterson and Sharon R Brown},
  journal={Healthcare policy = Politiques de sante},
  year={2007},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={80-95}
}
Primary healthcare offers significant benefits to Canadians and to the healthcare system as a whole. The Taber Integrated Primary Healthcare Project (TIPHP) was a three-year primary healthcare renewal initiative involving rural physicians and the Chinook Health Region in Taber, Alberta, Canada. The goal of the project was to improve healthcare services delivery through integration of the services provided by the physician group and the health region in one rural community. Four main enablers… CONTINUE READING
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