The Multispecialty Community Provider (MCP) model has been assessed against the quadruple aim i.e. (i) outcomes addressed population health, (ii) cost-effectiveness, (iii) patient experience and (iv) improved staff experience / involvement.
Turner, A. Mulla, A. [and] Booth, A. [et al] (2018). The international knowledge base for new care models relevant to primary care-led integrated models: a realist synthesis. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library, June 2018.
Difficulties in Searching “Integrated Care” Content Using Online Databases
Possibly of interest, it has been noted that there are inadequacies in existing subject search capabilities when retrieving abstracts relating to integrated care from online databases. The creation of a special search filter for integrated care is proposed, to facilitate more reliable and rapid access to literature on this conceptually complex subject area:
Lewis, S. Damarell, RA. [and] Tieman, JJ. [et al] (2018). Finding the integrated care evidence base in Pubmed and beyond: a bibliometric study of the challenges. International Journal of Integrated Care. August 17th 2018; 18(3): 11.
A similar search filter was created for the field of dementia, a few years ago (who knew?):
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Hayman, SL. [and] Tieman, JJ. (2016). Discovering the dementia evidence base: tools to support knowledge to action in dementia care (innovative practice). Dementia (London). September 2016; 15(5): 1279-88.