Understanding the challenges and opportunities posed by demographic ageing to health and social policy in Europe, with emphasis on patterns of care utilization, innovation in health and long-term care delivery, issues related to equity and access to long-term care, ageism and care integration
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Plochg, T., Ilinca, S. & Noordegraaf, M. (2017). Beyond integrated care. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 22(3), 195-197.
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Calciolari S. & Ilinca S. (2016). Unravelling Care Integration: Assessing its Dimensions and Antecedents in the Italian Health System. Health Policy, 120(1), 129-138
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