Preliminary Report from the Ontario Interprofessional Spine Assessment and Education Clinics (ISAEC)

      The Ontario Ministry of Health is piloting a shared-care model of care for the management of low back pain (LBP). Using an integrated “hub and spoke” design, the Interprofessional Spine Assessment and Education Clinics (ISAEC) utilizes Advanced Practice Clinicians (APCs) to enable a networked link between patients’ primary care providers and specialists providing multidisciplinary team-based care that is stratified to patient risk and needs (ie, right care, right time, right provider) without reliance on unnecessary diagnostic imaging.
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