A Canadian template for joined-up care

Lara Sonola
Publication:  Health Service Journal
Reference:  22 January 2014

There is an increasing number of people suffering one or more chronic conditions and they often experience fragmented care across health and social care settings.

Across the world, countries have taken different approaches to developing care co-ordination strategies. Canada and the UK face similar problems integrating care for people with complex needs including fragmented finances and poor collaboration between acute and community or primary care providers.

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