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Research in the field of care coordination faces the challenge of providing transferable explanatory insights regarding what principles and initiatives work in practice and why. Such insights are crucial in developing effective solutions for global disease burdens. Realist research approaches...
The application of realist approaches to health services research and evaluation has continued to grow over the past two decades. However, difficulties in defining and operationalising key realist concepts of contexts, mechanisms and outcomes in healthcare settings continue to be recognised...
IntroductionMaternal health and the performance of health workers is a key concern in low- and middle-income countries. Mobile health technologies are reportedly able to improve workers’ performance. However, how this has been achieved for maternal health workers in low-resource settings is not...
BackgroundIn previous years, many multi-faceted initiatives have been set up to improve outcomes for people with chronic diseases. Evaluation studies about the (cost-)effectiveness of these integrated care programs showed heterogeneity in outcomes. Hence, it has been suggested to use realist...
IntroductionIn 2010, in a context of severe economic recession, the Basque Government launched the Strategy to tackle the challenge of chronicity in the Basque Country to transform the Basque health system to cope with the challenges of chronicity, ageing, health system fragmentation and...
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