Community Care in England and France: Reforms and the Improvement of Equity and Efficiency

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Ashgate, 1998 - Medical - 228 pages
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England and France have contrasting systems in community care for elderly persons as in other areas of social policy. The aims of this book are: the comparison of community care service and financing systems; the comparison of reform arguments and history over the last decade; the comparison of who uses how much of what services; and with what impact on their needs and the probability of having to enter institutions for long-term care.

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Balance between benefits in cash and kind
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The evolution of the policy
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Home care in France
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