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Estimating the Costs of Primary Care Transformation: A Practical Guide and Synthesis Report
Appendix C. Methodological References Cited by Grantees
Table of Contents
- Estimating the Costs of Primary Care Transformation: A Practical Guide and Synthesis Report
- A Practical Guide for Estimating the Costs of Primary Care Transformation
- Synthesis Report: Methods and Results From the AHRQ Estimating Costs Research Grants
- Exhibit 1. Methodological Options for Estimating the Costs of Transforming Primary Care
- Exhibit 2. Example of a Trend Analysis Graph
- Exhibit 3. Items Classified by Estimating Costs Grantees as Direct and Indirect Cost Elements
- Appendix A. Key Characteristics of Estimating Costs Grants
- Appendix B. Example Data Collection Tools
- Appendix B. Example Data Collection Tools (continued)
- Appendix C. Methodological References Cited by Grantees
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