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Longevidad y dependencia en España: consecuencias sociales y económicas

  • Guillén Estany Monserrat
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    (UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA)

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En un momento en el que se ha puesto en primer plano la necesidad de desarrollar un Sistema Nacional de Dependencia que permita afrontar con garantías el bienestar de las futuras generaciones, se hace imprescindible poseer herramientas de reflexión y análisis para que los investigadores, los responsables políticos y la sociedad en general puedan tomar las decisiones adecuadas, y, de este modo, dar respuesta a las exigencias que la Ley de Dependencia, recientemente promulgada, impone.Ése es el valor de esta obra, que, tras comparar la situación de España con la de otros países como Estados Unidos, Japón, Alemania o Suecia, y analizar los distintos sistemas de cuidados de larga duración y los servicios de atención a la dependencia, toma como base la información del Instituto Nacional de Estadística para calcular indicadores de esperanza de vida en salud y en discapacidad de la población española a partir de los sesenta y cinco años.Estas medidas permiten prever los costes presentes y futuros de cuidados de larga duración de personas mayoresdependientes, necesario para establecer políticas de apoyo a la dependencia y poder ajustar a la demanda prevista una oferta de infraestructuras y redes de cuidados formales (públicos y privados), que deberá diseñarse en un futuro inmediato. Provider_Name: Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation

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