Quality improvement in primary care to prevent hospitalisations and improve effectiveness and efficiency of care for people living with heart disease (QUEL)

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Heart Disease Collaborative

The University of Sydney, in partnership with the Improvement Foundation (IF), and with support from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), invite you to participate in a study aimed at improving the care of people living with heart disease.

This study uses contains three elements, one of which is a Collaborative aimed at supporting general practices to improve the management and secondary prevention for patients with coronary heart disease.

Through the Collaborative, the study aims to provide data about whether quality improvement reduces hospitalisations and costs, and about how it can be implemented in an efficient and sustainable way.

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