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Providing Integrated Health And Social Care for Older Persons

A European Overview Of Issues At Stake (Public Policy and Social Welfare)

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Published by Ashgate Pub Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Care of the elderly,
  • Health systems & services,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • Gerontology

  • Edition Notes

    Contributionskai Leichsenring (Editor), Andy M. Alaszewski (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages499
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7990785M
    ISBN 100754641961
    ISBN 109780754641964

    Understanding how integrated care systems are supporting older people. People in England can now expect to live for far longer than ever before, but extra years of life are not always spent in good health. Older people are now more likely .   Additionally, a research project, “Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons” (PROCARE), co-financed by the 5 th Framework Programme of the European Commission and carried out between April and February with 18 model programs from nine countries, aimed at exploring integrated care for the improvement of .

    This report provides an overview of the development of integrated health and social care provision for older people in the UK. It explore why integration is important, identifies the main impediments to effective integration, considers failed past attempts and current initiatives designed to promote joined-up thinking and seamless care for older people, identifying the . Book Description. Social Work and Integrated Care draws on the latest research, practice and theory to explore integration within both child and adult services. Although all the home nations in the UK view integrated care as a top priority within health and social care policy, many people continue to experience fragmented care.

    Integrated Care is a way of coordinating health and social care services to make sure they are based closely around people’s needs. It is aimed particularly at those with complex and long-term health problems. providing care and support in and through the local community. WHO Global Consultation on Integrated Care for Older People. Kai Leichsenring and Andy M. Aleszewski (eds) (), Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons: A European Overview of Issues at Stake, Vienna: European Centre and Aldershot: Ashgate, pp., £ pbk, ISBN - Volume 34 Issue 2 - .


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Alaszewski] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The project identifies structural, organizational, economic, social and cultural factors that constitute integrated care systems with enhanced outcomes for. Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons in France – An Old Idea with a Great Future 1 With Michel Frossard, Nathalie Genin, Marie-Jo Guisset, Alain Villez The development of domiciliary services is the key point to help older persons to remain in Author: Michel Frossard, Nathalie Genin, Marie-Jo Guisset, Alain Villez.

Providing integrated health and social care for older persons: a European overview of issues at stake. Ashgate Publishing. ISBN: 0 1. Alison Petch, University of Glasgow. This book brings together information from the Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons - Issues, Problems and Solutions project in the EU Fifth Framework Programme that aims to help in defining the new concept of integrated health and social care for older people in need of care by comparing and evaluating different modes of care by: Published on 16 Aug International Journal of Integrated Care, 16 August - ISSN This volume is an invaluable resource for those seeking comparative information on the policies and practices for the provision of integrated health and social care for older people across nine European : Alison Petch.

The book provides a unique general overview on European approaches towards integrated social and health care services and policies that are to be developed to face the growing need of care in ageing societies; furthermore, it provides indicators for successful approaches and models of good practice to overcome the "social-health-divide" and a better understanding of the meaning of integrated services and coordination of social and health systems.

Around the world, rapidly ageing populations are resulting in increased demand for health and social care services, which presents significant challenges for national health and care systems. Many have adopted an integrated care approach to meet the needs of older people with chronic or multiple conditions.

suggests that integrated health and social care for older people contributes to better health outcomes at a cost equivalent to usual care, thereby giving a better return on investment than more familiar ways of working.

Moreover, older people can participate in, and contribute to, society for longer. The book provides a unique general overview on European approaches towards integrated social and health care services and policies that are to be developed to face the growing need of care.

tices for the provision of integrated health and social care for older people across nine European countries. It results from the first phase of the PROCARE research project funded under the EU Fifth Framework Programme and prefaces a second phase currently being completed.

Nine chapters providing the detail for the specific. 'Providing integrated health and social care for older persons (PROCARE)' was a project within the EU Fifth Framework Programme (Quality of life and management of living resources, area 'The ageing population and disabilities") which aimed to help in defining the new concept of an integrated health and social care for older persons in need of care by comparing and evaluating different modes of care.

The PROCARE (Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons Issues, Problems and Solutions) programme involves six European. Gabrielle Greveson; Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons: A European Overview of Issues at Stake, Age and Ageing, Vol Issue 2, We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Providing Integrated Health and Social Care for Older Persons - Issues, Problems and Solutions (PROCARE)" is a project in the EU Fifth Framework Programme (Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources, Area "The Ageing Population and Disabilities") that aims to help in defining the new concept of an integrated health and social care for older persons in need of care by.

Providing integrated health and social care for older persons in Denmark Ellinor Colmorten Thomas Clausen Steen Bengtsson The Danish National If an older person is in need of care, it is accepted and underwritten by legislation that the public assumes responsibility for the care services required (Blackman et al.

As people grow older, their health needs are likely to become more complex and chronic. However, existing health systems are fragmented and lack coordination, which makes it difficult to effectively address these needs. The WHO Integrated Care for Older People (ICOPE) package of tools offers an approach that helps key stakeholders in health and social care to.

Providing integrated health and social care for older persons: a European overview of issues at stake Providing integrated health and social care for older persons: a European overview of issues at stake Petch, Alison () International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 4, issue 3 (Book review) Download/Full Text.

Providing integrated health and social care for older persons in Finland / Paula Salonen and Riitta Haverinen --Ch. Providing integrated health and social care for older persons in France --an old idea with a great future / Michel Frossard, Nathalie Genin, Marie-Jo Guisset and Alain Villez --Ch.

Services for Older People: A resource book for managers, which addresses operational and strategic issues around integration and offers more detailed and practical information on a number of topics alluded to in this paper.

office to bring down the ‘Berlin Wall’ that can di vide health and social care and create a system of integrated care that puts users at the centre of service provision (DoH,chapter 1 section ).

Introduction This report provides an overview of the development of integrated health and social car e provision for older people in the. Evidence suggests that an integrated care model produces better outcomes, at a cost equivalent to that of usual care.

This includes a comprehensive assessment of the person’s health and social care needs; a common goal that all care providers work towards; and a care plan that is shared between all providers.Providing integrated health and social care for older persons in the Netherlands Carine Ex Klaas Gorter of delivering an integrated supply of health and social care.

Following Kodner et al. (), Nevertheless, there still are groups of older persons for whom a definite policy for care and protection is urgently required. This applies.