The Industry of General Practice: Its Infrastructure
Commonwealth of Australia
Computing, Health and Science
Nursing, Midwifery and Postgrad Medicine
This chapter is also in two parts. The first part deals with the context of infrastructure, governance and leadership. This section provides an interesting discussion of the theoretical underpinnings of infrastructure development in health. It then goes on to describe the various elements of general practice infrastructure in Australia, including a review of the organisations that make up that infrastructure. The second part of this chapter looks into individual practices – how they are structured, the types of business arrangements and the way in which these features interplay. This is the first such typology of practice to appear in this series. Exploring some of the infrastructure support and development issues with key industry people enhances the chapter. This provides a real life backdrop to the theory and analysis discussed.
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