The Regional primary care deals with higher ratio of medical specialists to population, the higher the spending in geographical areas because the more people see specialists rather than primary care physicians. Higher spending areas prevent illness and quality care. Hence equity and systematic potential difference is one of the key factors in regional primary care and thus thrive globally for improved health and for more equitable distributions.
Related journals of Regional primary care:
Primary Health Care Journal, Community Medicine Journal, Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Care - Clinics in Office Practice, London Journal of Primary Care, Education for Primary Care, Informatics in Primary Care, Primary Care Case Reviews.