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To the Editor
We read with interest Eyre and colleagues' publication ‘What can a participatory approach to evaluation contribute to the field of integrated care?’ published in BMJ Quality & Safety on 6 December 2016.1 We agree with many of the points they raised including the need to shift from proving efficacy to promoting real-world implementation of integrated care. In our research to develop a quality framework to drive improvements in integrated care implementation, we uncovered similar issues regarding the role of leadership and the microprocesses of collaboration between providers.2
However, while Eyre and colleagues correctly point out the value of participatory …
Competing interests None declared.
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