Ambulatory care sensitive conditions in Latvia
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AbstractIn the context of a multicounty study on ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC) in the WHO European Region, this study seeks to contribute to strengthening health services delivery by identifying possible improvements to effectively prevent, diagnose and treat ACSCs in primary health care settings, and by deriving contextualized and actionable policy recommendations for health services delivery transformation. This report contains the results of desk research, data analysis and a country stakeholder meeting aimed at identifying potential opportunities that enable ACSCs to be effectively prevented, diagnosed and treated in a primary health care setting in Latvia.
Unknown author (2015). Ambulatory care sensitive conditions in Latvia. WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/181593
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