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Care Model for the Indian Health System

The IPC Care Model is adapted from the Care Model developed by the MacColl Institute. This model identifies the essential elements of health care systems that provide safe, efficient, patient-centered, effective, timely, and equitable care. At the heart of this model are the relationships between a prepared, proactive care team and an informed, activated patient. These relationships are essential for improving health and wellness of the population. The model can be applied to a variety of chronic illnesses, preventive services, health care settings, and target populations.

Care Model for the Indian Health System.

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