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Creating Team-Based Primary Care

Team-based care is a model of health care delivery where many health professionals work together to support a patient’s needs. A key feature is having patients and their care providers be equal partners.

Implementing this model is a priority in British Columbia, but we know it means a new way of working for many of the people involved. This website features resources and events that can help, whether you’re a patient, planner or care provider, and whether your team-based care journey is just starting or well on its way.

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Who Guides Team-Based Care in BC?

The Team-Based Care Advisory Group is made up of stakeholders from throughout the health care system, and guides work across the province to accelerate its transition to team-based care. The group provides systems of support for local action to advance high-quality, person- and family-centred and collaborative care that provides the right care, at the right time and in the right place, in a sustainable system.