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Measuring integrated care – the quest for disentangling a Gordian knot

Authors:
NUNO SOLINIS Roberto, STEIN K. Viktoria
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 16(3), 2016, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

The discussion on how to measure progress and success of integrated care has only recently started to pick up pace despite our understanding over many years that the lack of evidence on what works and what doesn’t in integrated care is partly due to the poor or non-existent evaluation and measurement of interventions. The paper contends that measuring the impact of integrated care from... (Edited publisher abstract)

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Towards a taxonomy for integrated care: a mixed-methods study

Authors:
VALENTIJN Pim Peter, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 15(1), 2015, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

Introduction: Building integrated services in a primary care setting is considered an essential important strategy for establishing a high-quality and affordable health care system. The theoretical foundations of such integrated service models are described by the Rainbow Model of Integrated Care, which distinguishes six integration dimensions (clinical, professional, organisational, system... (Publisher abstract)

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Evaluation of UK integrated care pilots: research protocol

Authors:
LING Tom, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 10(3), 2010, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

In response to concerns that the needs of the aging population for well-integrated care were increasing, the English National Health Service (NHS) appointed 16 Integrated Care Pilots following a national competition. The pilots have a range of aims including development of new organisational structures to support integration, changes in staff roles, reducing unscheduled emergency hospital...

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A literature review to explore integrated care for older people

Authors:
REED Jan, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 5(1), 2005, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

This paper reports on some of the findings of a literature review commissioned to explore integrated care for older people. The process of revising included finding and selecting literature from multidisciplinary sources, and encompassed both published papers and ‘grey’ literature, i.e. material which had not been reviewed for publication. The study found that thinking has moved on from a focus...

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Older people care chain as part of the integrated care: a qualitative study

Authors:
LEMETTI Terhi, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 17(1), 2017, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

...of nurse-to-nurse collaboration provides direction and opportunities to improve collaboration and subsequently, the continuity and integration in older people care in the transition between organisations. (Edited publisher abstract)

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Collaborative experience success stories in integrated care of older people: a narrative analysis

Author:
KJELLBERG Inger
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 20(3), 2020, p.9. Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

Introduction: Inter-organisational collaboration is crucial in the care of older people, as is the development of integrated care. Storytelling in organisations is one way of understanding how to achieve successful collaboration. This article provides insights into the ways in which storytelling in collaborative experiences contributes to a collective identity instrumental in the successful... (Edited publisher abstract)

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Integrated care for older adults: a struggle for sustained implementation in northern Netherlands

Authors:
HOLTERMAN Sander, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 20(3), 2020, p.1. Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

Introduction: Integrated care has been suggested as a promising solution to the disparities in access and sustained high quality long-term care emerging in Europe’s ageing population. This study aims to gain a better understanding of context-specific barriers to and facilitators of implementation of integrated care by doing a retrospective assessment of seven years of Embrace. This Dutch... (Edited publisher abstract)

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Leadership in integrated care networks: a literature review and opportunities for future research

Author:
MITTERLECHNER Matthias
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 20(3), 2020, p.6. Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

...characteristics of leadership in integrated care networks and proposes opportunities for future research. Theory and methods: Analysing 73 studies published in leading academic journals, this paper consolidates research on leadership media, practices, activities and outcomes, covering the network, policy and organisation levels of analysis. Results: Findings indicate that the field has focused on leadership (Edited publisher abstract)

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Suitable scales; rethinking scale for innovative integrated care governance

Author:
MINKMAN Mirella M. N.
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 20(1), 2020, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

For organising person centred care, an important issue is how to deal with scale. This addresses what to organise on what level (in the neighbourhood, local, in the region, or national). With the increasing complexity of organising integrated care in networks, scale issues are an ingredient of integrated care governance. However, there is a lack of empirical studies that treat scale as an object... (Edited publisher abstract)

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Multiple perspectives analysis of the implementation of an integrated care model for older adults in Quebec

Authors:
BRETON Mylaine, et al
Journal article citation:
International Journal of Integrated Care, 19(4), 2019, Online only
Publisher:
International Foundation for Integrated Care

Introduction: Integrated care models for older adults are increasingly utilised in healthcare systems to overcome fragmentations. Several groups of stakeholders are involved in the implementation of integrated care. The aim of this study is to identify the main concerns, convergences and divergences in perspectives of stakeholders involved in the implementation of a centralised system-wide... (Edited publisher abstract)

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