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Impact of Interprofessional Practice on Access to Resources and Patient Waiting Times

Poster presented at the Taming of the Queue Conference in Ottawa, ON, March 2014.

“Physicians in an IP practice reported greater satisfaction with access to most health care professionals and clinical resources than those in a solo or group practice. Better access could mean shorter waiting times for patients. The Patient’s Medical Home model promotes interprofessional teams delivering patient-centred care for all Canadians.”

2014 Taming of the Queue – Impact of Interprofessional Practice on Physician Access to Resources and Patient Waiting Times (2014, March, PDF)

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