Assessing patients' experience of integrated care: a survey of patient views in the North West London Integrated Care Pilot
quality of care
L510 Health & Welfare
integrated health care systems
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AbstractDespite the importance of continuity of care and patient engagement, few studies have captured patients' views on integrated care. This study assesses patient experience in the Integrated Care Pilot in North West London with the aim to help clinicians and policymakers understand patients' acceptability of integrated care and design future initiatives.
CitationMastellos, N., Gunn, L., Harris, M., Majeed, A., Car, J., Pappas, Y. (2014) 'Assessing patients' experience of integrated care: a survey of patient views in the North West London Integrated Care Pilot'. International Journal of Integrated Care, 14 (2)
PubMed Central IDPMC4059210
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