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Engaging in Priority Setting about Primary and Integrated Healthcare Innovations in Canada

 
Ministries of health across Canada have made significant investments in primary healthcare reform over recent years to improve access, quality, continuity of care, cost, satisfaction and health outcomes, yet the current health system remains fragmented and uncoordinated. This 30-day rapid synthesis summarized the research on priority-setting mechanisms for research investments involving multiple partners, and on the gaps in research related to primary and integrated healthcare innovations, to help support change towards integrated healthcare delivery models that will provide better care to those with complex needs.
Rapid synthesis: