The success of an integrated primary care practice depends on three critical components: (1) good clinical outcomes, (2) operational consistency and reliability, and (3) financial sustainability. C.J. Peek, Ph.D., details the interdependence of these three components in delivering improved health outcomes within integrated settings.
Successful measurement of these components is essential to evaluate the effectiveness of policies and practices over time. These elements can work together to provide the infrastructure for healthy integrated care practices.