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Organization of ambulatory services 

Organization of ambulatory services
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Organization of ambulatory services
Author(s):

Bill Horton

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199584338.003.0002
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date: 17 January 2020

Introduction 14

Ambulatory services 16

Models of care 18

Evolving a patient-centred journey 22

Logistical issues 32

Leadership 34

The organization of ambulatory services must be visionary, vibrant, and agile. This requires strong local leadership, champion recruitment, and executive commitment to reap the greatest gains. Beneficiaries will be patients, their local surgery providers, commissioning consortia, and ultimately the health of the nation....

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