Parkes, J and Roderick, P and Bennett-Lloyd, B and Rosenberg, W (2006) Variation in hepatitis C services may lead to inequity of heath-care provision: a survey of the organisation and delivery of services in the United Kingdom. BMC Public Health , 6 3 - ?. 10.1186/1471-2458-6-3.
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Chronic hepatitis C infection (CHC) is a major healthcare problem. Effective anti-viral therapy is available. To maximise population effectiveness, co-ordinated services for detection and management of patients with CHC are required. There is a need to determine patterns of healthcare delivery to plan improvements. A study was conducted to determine workload, configuration and care processes of current UK services available to manage patients with CHC.
|Title:||Variation in hepatitis C services may lead to inequity of heath-care provision: a survey of the organisation and delivery of services in the United Kingdom.|
|Additional information:||PMCID: PMC1382203|
|Keywords:||Critical Pathways, Cross-Sectional Studies, Delivery of Health Care, Female, Great Britain, Health Care Surveys, Healthcare Disparities, Hepatitis C, Hospitals, Public, Humans, Male, Physician's Practice Patterns, Primary Health Care, Referral and Consultation, State Medicine|
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