INTEGRATED CARE – INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. IMPLICATIONS FOR POLAND.
In the course of the almost past 30 years, some health care reforms took place in Poland, which mainly applied to the changes in financing policies among others changes in the sources of health care financing also in the way of particular services financing. Recently, more concerns with integration and continuity of care can be noticed. This is why, the purpose of this article is to recognize the concept and scope of integrated care and implemented models. Also to find out what kind of conceptions should be met in purpose to implement more integration in health care system in Poland. So, to find out what kind of implications can arised for Poland from international perspective.
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