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IntroductionSupporting frail older people at home is an international policy objective. This article explored variations in care coordination arrangements and their relationship with service level outcomes using England as a case study.MethodSurvey data and routinely generated data collected in...
IntroductionMost Australians die predictably in acute hospital settings. Despite this, hospitals remain ill-equipped to care for dying patients with hospital deaths not uncommonly perceived as distressing by both patients and their families. A care bundle for the dying was developed with this...
Health systems are failing to address the needs of people with serious chronic disease. The current focus of activity is on acute symptoms but with the rapid rise of chronic conditions, the design of the system comes into question. Medical science is an on-going positive contribution but the way...
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