A Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg
This deliverable compares the five models of primary care delivery that exist in Winnipeg: non-PIN FFS, PIN FFS, WRHA Primary Care, Community Health, and family medicine teaching clinics. The main objectives of this project are as follows: 1. Compare/evaluate quality of care indicators for the five models of primary care delivery 2. Discuss the impact of patient social complexity on service provider, quality of care and roster/ panel size Of particular interest is the development of social complexity indicators in this deliverable. Social complexities include patient characteristics such as living in social housing, involvement with the justice system, and having a major mental health diagnosis.
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