Term: Fee-For-Service (FFS) Model of Primary Care
Last Updated: 2016-11-15
Over 80% of primary care services within Winnipeg are provided by independent, fee-for-service (FFS), primary care providers. While some FFS clinics participate in the
Physician Integrated Network (PIN)
initiative, most do not. This is the traditional model of primary care service delivery and remains the dominant model in Winnipeg. This model includes clinics providing full service family practice as well as walk-in clinics.
For more information on the Fee-For-Service (FFS) model of primary care, please read section 1. Non-PIN FFS (Non-Physician Integrated Network (PIN) Fee-For-Service (FFS)) in the Models of Primary Care Delivery concept.
- Community Health Clinic Model of Primary Care
- Fee-For-Service (FFS)
- Models of Primary Care
- Physician Integrated Network (PIN)
- Physician Integrated Network (PIN) Fee-For-Service (FFS) Model of Primary Care
- Teaching Clinic Model of Primary Care
- WRHA Primary Care Model of Primary Care
- Katz A, Valdivia J, Chateau D, Taylor C, Walld R, McCulloch S, Becker C, Ginter J. A Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2016. [Report] [Summary] [Additional Materials] (View)
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