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Revista Española de Salud Pública

versão On-line ISSN 2173-9110versão impressa ISSN 1135-5727


BAYONA HUGUET, Xavier; ROMANO SANCHEZ, José  e  PERIS GRAO, Antoni. Primary health care teams management models according to the supplier and the effects on its dynamics in Catalonia. Rev. Esp. Salud Publica [online]. 2019, vol.93, e201901001.  Epub 07-Set-2020. ISSN 2173-9110.


The catalan primary care (PC) management model is differentiated from the rest of regional autonomies because it has a greater diversity of providers. The objective was to explore and compare management models according to the primary care provider in Catalonia based on the professionals’ vision.


An online survey was carried out on February 1st 2017 to March 17th 2017 and structured in 6 sections that explored filiation, organization, accessibility, resolution, leadership and commitment. The analysis compares the answers grouped by entity providing Primary Health Care (PHC) services in Catalonia: Institut Català de la Salut (ICS), Public Consortium (CP), Public Consortium that also manages Hospital (CPH), Associative Base Entities (EBA) and Private Entities. The continuous variables were analyzed with the ANOVA test, and the categorical ones with chi-square or Fisher’s exact test.


1474 responses were obtained, female gender was 78,1%, mean age was 48 years. 90% were doctors or nurses, 87% working in non-rural environments and 71% in ICS. The professionals of EBA declared greater ease (79.1%) and recognition (76.1%) for the development of professional skills, delay under 72h in scheduled appointments (83.9%) and increased self-management of agenda (87.5%). 54.2% of Public Consortium professionals (CP) and 55.4% of EBA presented high access to diagnostic tests and advanced nurse management of demand, 54.2% and 51.8%, respectively. It was highlighted a greater commitment, in entities with greater possibility of agenda self-management, a plan for training professional activities, objectives recognition, feedback on the activity results and EBA.


The management models of PHC providers determine different characteristics. The most favourable answers to autonomous management, resolution, accessibility and commitment stand out in the EBA and CP professionals group who answered the survey.

Palavras-chave : Clinical governance; Primary health care; Organization and Administration.

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