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Table 3 Themes identified in included studies

From: A governance model for integrated primary/secondary care for the health-reforming first world – results of a systematic review

First author Year Country Population Focus (incl. enrolled populations) Shared clinical priorities Joint planning Measurement Innovation Change Management Professional development supporting value of joint working Information Communication Technology Incentives Other
Baker et al. [24] 2008 US      
Connor et al. [25] 2010 UK      Patient engagement
Cumming [26] 2011 NZ          
Featherstone [27] 2012 UK           
Fraschetti et al. [28] 2008 US         
Ham [29] 2010 UK Patient engagement
Harris et al. [30] 2012 UK       
Hutchison et al. [31] 2011 Canada           
Jackson et al. [32] 2008 Australia       
Jackson et al. [33] 2008 Australia     
Jackson et al. [34] 2007 Australia   
Jackson et al. [16] 2008 Australia       
Jackson et al. [13] 2010 Australia Community engagement
Ovretveit et al. [35] 2010 Sweden     Community engagement
Paulus et al. [36] 2008 US   Patient engagement
Peskett [18] 2009 UK      Patient and pubic engagement
Powell Davies et al. [37] 2008 Australia         
Rittenhouse et al. [38] 2009 US          
Smyth [17] 2009 Canada        
Suter et al. [39] 2009 Canada   Patient engagement
Wedel et al. [40] 2007 Canada   Community engagement