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Models of care and organization of service delivery 

Models of care and organization of service delivery
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Models of care and organization of service delivery
Author(s):

John Zajicek

, Jennifer Freeman

, and Bernadette Porter

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198569831.003.0022
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date: 18 August 2019

Introduction 208

Care pathways 210

Methods of review 212

The lifelong nature of MS, its variable course, the multiplicity and diversity of problems that may exist, and the subsequent wide variety of care needs, demands broad based, dynamic and collaborative models of care involving many professionals in health and allied services. It requires a comprehensive and flexible model of care, which enables different pathways of care to be available through a diverse range of services. These services may include:...

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