Friday, 1 May 2015

Do higher primary care practice performance scores predict lower rates of emergency admissions?

"Good-quality primary care management of patients with a SMI should reduce complications of a serious mental illness and comorbidities and should, therefore, be associated with lower unplanned admission rates."

Do higher primary care practice performance scores predict lower rates of emergency admissions for persons with serious mental illness? An analysis of secondary panel data
R Jacobs, et al.
Health Services and Delivery Research, 2015, 3(16)

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