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Title Reforms in long-term care policies in Europe : investigating institutional change and social impacts / Costanzo Ranci, Emmanuele Pavolini, editors.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, 2013.

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Subject Long-term care of the sick -- Europe.
Medical policy -- Europe.
Long-Term Care -- economics.
Long-Term Care -- organization & administration.
Health Care Reform.
Europe.
Alt Name Ranci, Costanzo.
Pavolini, Emmanuele.
Description 1 online resource
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Contents Part 1. CONCEPTS AND MEASURES -- Reforms in Long-Term Care Policies in EuropeAn:Introduction / Emmanuele Pavolini and Costanzo Ranci -- Long-Term Care Systems in Comparative Perspective: Care Needs, Informal and Formal Coverage, and Social Impacts in European Countries / Francesca Carrera, Emmanuele Pavolini, Costanzo Ranci and Alessia Sabbatini -- Part 2. COUNTRY ANALYSIS -- Long-Term Care in Sweden: Trends, Actors, and Consequences / Gabrielle Meagher and Marta Szebehely -- Trajectories of Change in Danish Long Term Care Policies--Reproduction by Adaptation through Top-Down and Bottom-Up Reforms / Viola Burau and Hanne Marlene Dahl -- Long-Term Care Reforms in the Netherlands / Barbara Da Roit -- Radical Institutional Change and Incremental Transformation: Long-Term Care Insurance in Germany / Hildegard Theobald and Sarah Hampel -- Steps Toward a Long-Term Care Policy in France: Specificities, Process, and Actors / Blanche Le Bihan and Claude Martin -- Long-Term Care Reform in Austria: Emergence and Development of a New Welfare State Pillar / August Osterle -- Long Term Care Reform in England: A Long and Unfinished Story / Caroline Glendinning -- Long-Term Care in Spain: Between Family Care Tradition and the Public Recognition of Social Risk / Gregorio Rodriguez Cabrero and Vicente Marban Gallego -- Long-Term Care Italian Policies: A Case of Inertial Institutional Change / Giuliana Costa -- Long-Term Care Reform in Central-Eastern Europe: The Case of the Czech Republic / Jana Barvikova and August Osterle -- Part 3. CONCLUSIONS -- Institutional Change in Long-Term Care: Actors, Mechanisms and Impacts / Costanzo Ranci and Emmanuele Pavolini.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Reforms in Long Term Care Policies in Europe describes and interprets the changes recently introduced in long-term care policies in Western Europe. The volume argues that recent reforms have brought about an increasing convergence in LTC policies across Western Europe. Most of the new programs have developed a new general approach to long-term care, based on a better integration of social care and health care. Over the last two decades, many changes have happened to the social welfare policies of various industrial countries. Citizens have seen their pensions, unemployment benefits, and general healthcare policies shrink as zbelt tighteningy measures are enforced. But in contrast, long-term care has seen a general growth in public financing, an expansion of beneficiaries, and, more generally, an attempt to define larger social responsibilities and related social rights. The book explores increasing public support given to family care work (in the past, the family would take care of the elderly or infirm) and increasing growth and recognition of a extended social care market (by which care has shifted from a moral obligation based on family reciprocity to a paid, professional activity). A new social care arrangement has therefore been developing in Western countries, based on a new mix of family obligations, market provision, and public support. In order to understand such changes, the analysis in Reforms in Long Term Care Policies in Europe will take into account the social and economical impact of these reforms. Reforms in Long Term Care Policies in Europe is a great resource for health-care practitioners, demographers, public policy makers, public health scientists, gerontologists, researchers in health care management, and anyone interested in the impact of aging on societies.
ISBN 9781461445029 (electronic bk.)
1461445027 (electronic bk.)
1461445019 (Trade Cloth)
9781461445012 (Trade Cloth)
9781461445012
OCLC # 820724364
Additional Format Print version: Reforms in long-term care policies in Europe. New York, NY : Springer, 2013 (DLC) 2012952148


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