Evaluation of community health care systems
- The community health care system consists of all health care providers and resources within the public health system, including governmental and non-governmental service providers (e.g., clinical units operated by local health departments, branch clinics operated by state health departments, and other governmental, not-for-profit, and proprietary health service providers). A valid evaluation of this system includes a comprehensive assessment of all aspects of health care delivered to the public as well as the identification of lapses in performance as defined by measurable performance indicators.
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