THE ECONOMICS OF PATIENT SAFETY IN PRIMARY AND AMBULATORY CARE

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The aim of this report, which can be considered a follow-up to the 2017 OECD report, is to examine the economics of patient safety specifically in primary and ambulatory care given (a) the growing importance of this setting in maintaining population health against the background of health and financial challenges, and (b) its critical role in ensuring the sustainability and resilience of the broader health system.

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