groupJenny McNamee and Carol Loggie

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Casemix systems provide the tools to meaningfully classify, analyse, compare and price services based on an understanding of the factors that drive complexity and cost in the delivery of the services. While these systems are well established in the acute, subacute and non-acute health care sectors, the community-based care sector has not historically had the same imperatives to implement, or the information systems to support, a casemix-based approach to management.


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