Canadian Health Services Research Foundation. (2010). Casebook of Primary Healthcare Innovations. Retrieved from: http://bit.ly/bzuuCN.
After almost three decades in the doldrums, primary healthcare renewal has accelerated dramatically in Canada since 2000. However, progress has been uneven across the country, with some jurisdictions striding boldly forward while others have been more tentative in undertaking reform. Although innovation in primary healthcare is occurring in every province and territory, what sets the past decade apart is the implementation and scaling up of innovations in the organization, funding and delivery of primary healthcare to the system level in several provinces. This casebook documents many of the innovations being implemented across Canada.