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From: Quality of care for major depression and its determinants: a multilevel analysis

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Estimated probability of receipt of at least one minimally adequate treatment for 3 virtual patients meeting criteria for past year MDE across two virtual clinics in the Dialogue Project in 2008. Legend : Virtual patient 1 (“ Standard patient ) : ·Female, Aged between 25 and 44, No family physician, No supplementary insurance coverage, No comorbid anxiety disorder, Grand mean score on the HADS scale. Virtual patient 2 (“ Low probability Patient ): ·Male, Aged 65 or more, No family physician, No supplementary insurance coverage, No comorbid anxiety disorder, Grand mean minus 1 as score on the HADS scale. Virtual patient 3 (“ High probability Patient ): ·Female, Aged between 25 and 44, Family physician, Supplementary insurance coverage, Comorbid anxiety disorder, Score on the HADS scale = 15. Virtual clinic A (“ Worst clinic ): No psychotherapy on-site, None or some GP using treatment algorithms with individuals suffering from anxiety or depressive disorders, Mode of remuneration to offer an “optimal level” of care for patients suffering from anxiety or depressive disorders perceived as highly inadequate. Virtual clinic B (“ Best clinic ): Psychotherapy on-site, All or most of GP using treatment algorithms with individuals suffering from anxiety or depressive disorders, Mode of remuneration to offer an “optimal level” of care for patients suffering from anxiety or depressive disorders perceived as not at all or slightly inadequate.

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