publication . Article . 2017

Values and principles of person-centered integrated care: a systematic literature review (SIG meeting)

Mirella Minkman; Nick Zonneveld; Robin Miller;
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  • Published: 17 Oct 2017 Journal: International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 17, page 251 (eissn: 1568-4156, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press, Ltd.
Abstract
Introduction: In recent years many knowledge about integrated health services has been developed. So far research has focused on operational themes and interventions on the one side, which help decision makers in practice. On the other hand, a number of studies about generic elements of person-centered and integrated care have been published, resulting in valuable conceptual models and frameworks [1-9]. A third area of research is how to measure integrated care. However, if we want to further develop the person-centered integrated approach to improve the quality of services for civilians, a better understanding of the essence of integrated care and it’s underlyi...
Subjects
free text keywords: Health Policy, Sociology and Political Science, Health(social science), values; principles; building blocks; person-centered care; integrated care, Integrated care, Management science, Grey literature, Psychology, Special Interest Group, White paper, Conceptual model, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Medical education, Systematic review, Delphi method, Health care, business.industry, business
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