Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/929067
- A tale of two cities: academic service, research, teaching and community practice partnerships delivering for disadvantaged Australian communities
Jackson, Claire L.;
Marley, John E.
- An innovative team approach and integration of care across sectors, including general practices, community health services, allied health professionals and hospitals, can deliver high-quality comprehensive care in disadvantaged areas while providing teaching and research opportunities and community service. Academic general practice departments are committed to supporting and evaluating such models. A governance infrastructure that encourages strong partnerships across health care sectors is essential. With broad health partnership support, bulk-billing is viable in an Australian general practice team model providing health care to the disadvantaged.
- Medical Journal of Australia Vol. 187, Issue 2, p. 84-87
- Australasian Medical Publishing Company
- Resource Type
- journal article