Incentives and levers for digitising and integrating primary care in New Zealand, Australia and the USA – lessons for the UK NHS

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Incentives and levers for digitising and integrating primary care in New Zealand, Australia and the USA – lessons for the UK NHS
Abstract
The goal of the study has been to explore, learn and bring back relevant findings on how to – and how not to – use incentives and levers for digitising and integrating primary care and recommend ways for the NHS to apply these lessons. The health systems studied in person and in detail are those of New Zealand, Australia and the US State of California. Meetings involved academics, clinicians, healthcare system managers and policy professionals, payers, providers of primary and hospital care, professional bodies, industry representative bodies, the tech industry itself – both tech entrepreneurs and global corporations, think tanks, financiers.
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Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Date
October 2020
Pages
232
Citation
Varsamis, D. (2020). Incentives and levers for digitising and integrating primary care in New Zealand, Australia and the USA – lessons for the UK NHS (p. 232). Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. https://www.wcmt.org.uk/sites/default/files/report-documents/Varsamis%20D%202019%20Final.pdf
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