This paper will assess the full range of costs and benefits which might arise from having access to current information about changes in patterns of chronic disease care from a general pratice perspective

Project Status

Completed Projects

Project Coordinator

David Perkins

Rationale

There may be benefits to policy makers from having access to current information about changes in patterns of chronic disease care from a general practice perspective

Aim

To assess the full range of costs and benefits which might arise from having access to current information about changes in patterns of chronic disease care from a general pratice perspective.

Design and Method

Qualitative

Contact

David Perkins Email: DPerkins@gwahs.health.nsw.gov.au

Funding

Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing

Project lead centre
CEPHRIS
Project stream
Prevention and Management of Long Term Conditions
Project start date
2006
Project end date
2006