Best quality at the best price: H88-3/34-1998E-PDF

"The following papers representing jurisdictions throughout Canada (Federal, Provincial, Territorial) were developed in response to direction from the Ministers Responsible for Seniors in June 1996. The Ministers decided that Officials should review ways of measuring and achieving high quality service for the best price. ... The material in these papers was generated in response to a questionnaire developed by Ontario which served as chair for the continuing care sub-committee for the Committee of Seniors Officials. Each jurisdiction was asked to provide, as comprehensively as possible information about how they ensure that key continuing care services are of high quality and delivered in a cost effective manner. The key services were identified as home care and continuing care facility but respondents were encouraged to include other areas if they wished to do so"--p. [4].

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Department/Agency Health Canada. Division of Aging and Seniors. Federal/Provincial/Territorial Committee of Officials (Seniors)
Title Best quality at the best price
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note "March 1998". Issued also in French under title: La qualité au meilleur prix.
Date 1998.
Number of Pages [74] p.
Catalogue Number
  • H88-3/34-1998E-PDF
Subject Terms Seniors, Elderly care