hcq volume 18, issue 1, P7-10 2015 DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2015.24251 View full text
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Richard Glazier, Brian Hutchison, Alexander Kopp, Gail Dobell

Abstract: Information to help guide quality improvement activities in primary care should be readily available, routinely updated and include comparisons across groups, regions and jurisdictions. Primary care practice reports, developed jointly by the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and Health Quality Ontario, is one such effort. These data include practice demographics, the prevalence of common chronic conditions, the use of health services and measures of chronic disease prevention and management. All Ontar…

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