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Evidence for funding, organising and delivering health care services targeting secondary prevention and management of chronic conditions. CHERE Working Paper 2009/6

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  • Marion Haas

    () (CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney)

  • Jane Hall

    () (CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney)

  • Gisselle Gallego

    () (CHERE, University of Technology,Sydney)

Abstract

This paper is designed as an issues paper. Its aim is to set out what evidence is available regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of funding, organisation and delivery of services directed at preventing and managing chronic conditions, and identify what further information is required. The latter will then be used as a means of identifying gaps in information which can be addressed by research. The information is not presented as a comprehensive review of all available evidence but as a preliminary scoping of the results of the most recent literature.

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  • Marion Haas & Jane Hall & Gisselle Gallego, 2009. "Evidence for funding, organising and delivering health care services targeting secondary prevention and management of chronic conditions. CHERE Working Paper 2009/6," Working Papers 2009/6, CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Handle: RePEc:her:chewps:2009/6
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    1. Maria M. Hofmarcher & Howard Oxley & Elena Rusticelli, 2007. "Improved Health System Performance through better Care Coordination," OECD Health Working Papers 30, OECD Publishing.
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    Keywords

    chronic conditions; prevention; funding;

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    • I10 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Health - - - General

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