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- [P.D.F] Primary Care: Balancing Health Needs, Services, and Technology [A.U.D.I.O.B.O.O.K]
- The Impact of Primary Care: A Focused Review
- Primary care: balancing health needs, services and technology
New York: Oxford University Press. Revised edition. This book is widely acknowledged to be one of the key texts within primary health care policy, written by an author who has written extensively about primary care within health care systems and in its international context. She suggests that her audience is primary care practitioners, educators of primary care practitioners, researchers, policy-makers, and consumers of health services. The key questions, therefore, are: the extent to which the author achieves her aim; and given the focus of this journal, what the book has to offer these audiences in terms of an understanding of the place of primary care as a force for achieving a greater degree of integrated care.
[P.D.F] Primary Care: Balancing Health Needs, Services, and Technology [A.U.D.I.O.B.O.O.K]
The Impact of Primary Care: A Focused Review
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She was an advocate for primary health care worldwide. Her academic and professional life was almost fully dedicated to the Johns Hopkins University. Starfield studied medicine between and at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center and graduated magna cum laude. She specialized in pediatrics between and at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her books have been translated into several languages. She was a member of many scientific societies, and an adviser for many official healthcare institutions around the world. She was a member of the editorial board and a reviewer for several internationally renowned medical journals.
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Primary care: balancing health needs, services and technology
There is now good evidence, from a variety of studies at national, state, regional, local, and individual levels that good primary care is associated with better health outcomes on average , lower costs robustly and consistently , and greater equity in health. Starfield Professor Barbara Starfield championed the value and need of strong primary health care systems worldwide. This collection emphasizes the case for primary care and includes a number of Barbara Starfield's own articles as well as other key related material.
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Primary care serves as the cornerstone in a strong healthcare system. However, it has long been overlooked in the United States USA , and an imbalance between specialty and primary care exists. The objective of this focused review paper is to identify research evidence on the value of primary care both in the USA and internationally, focusing on the importance of effective primary care services in delivering quality healthcare, improving health outcomes, and reducing disparities. The areas reviewed included primary care definitions, primary care measurement, primary care practice, primary care and health, primary care and quality, primary care and cost, primary care and equity, primary care and health centers, and primary care and healthcare reform. In both developed and developing countries, primary care has been demonstrated to be associated with enhanced access to healthcare services, better health outcomes, and a decrease in hospitalization and use of emergency department visits.