Metrics for Assessing Improvements in Primary Health Care

by Kurt C. Stange, Rebecca S. Etz, Heidi Gullett et al.
Annual Review of Public Health, Vol. 35:423-442

24 pp. 429 kB

Performance metrics assess the complex interactions among primary care tenets of accessibility, a whole-person focus, integration and coordination of care, and ongoing relationships with individuals, families, and communities; primary health care principles of inclusion and equity, a focus on people’s needs, multilevel integration of health, collaborative policy dialogue, and stakeholder participation; basic and goal-directed health care, prioritization, development, and multilevel health outcomes. Environments that support reflection, development, and collaborative action are necessary for metrics to advance health and minimize unintended consequences.

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