[Changes in public health: the role of the state and the autonomous governments. SESPAS Report 2010].

  title={[Changes in public health: the role of the state and the autonomous governments. SESPAS Report 2010].},
  author={Andreu Segura Benedicto and Manuel O{\~n}orbe de Torre},
  journal={Gaceta sanitaria},
  volume={24 Suppl 1},
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Sustainability of the Public Health Service in Spain: an Approach to Governance
It needs to be understood whether the concept of sustainability goes beyond the economical concerns in the plans of the health authority and their financial budgets, and come to terms with the expectations of citizens and the political speech, considering that the health budgets of Spain and other OECD countries show a weakness point in this regard.


Intelligence for Health Governance: Innovation in the Monitoring of Health and Well-Being
Advocacy in the terms mentioned is required to transform public health from an underfunded pyramidal bureaucracy into a strengthened public health with higher-profile leadership, which represents a shift of approach from an individual-centred prevention linked to health services to a public health that is capable of promoting multifaceted policies from diverse sectors emerging through network governance.
Organizational innovations and health care decentralization: a perspective from Spain
An assessment of the ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ of the health care decentralization process in Spain is offered, drawing on the experience of regional reforms from the pioneering organizational innovations implemented in Catalonia in 1981, up to the currently observed dispersion of health care spending per capita across the regions.
Diversity and regional inequalities in the Spanish 'system of health care services'.
Examination of health care reform in Spain along with empirical evidence on regional diversity, efficiency and inequality of these changes in the Spanish NHS suggest that besides significant heterogeneity, once region-specific needs are taken into account, there is evidence of efficiency improvements whilst inequalities in inputs and outcomes do not appear to have increased in the last decade.
Health in All Policies (HiAP) in the EU
The state of Health in All Policies (HiAP) in the European Union: potential and pitfalls by Meri Koivusalo in 2010. This academic article discusses and analyses the current state of HiAP approach in
Las competencias profesionales en Salud Pública
Recibido: 25 de mayo de 2005. Aceptado: 12 de junio de 2005. L a Sociedad Espanola de Salud Publica y Administracion Sanitaria (SESPAS) y la Sociedad Espanola de Epidemiologia (SEE) (1), conscientes
Aportaciones de la atención primaria y la salud pública al desarrollo de la salud comunitaria
La salud comunitaria El objeto principal de los sistemas sanitarios es, en teoría, la salud de la comunidad. Sin embargo, todavía es más bien un deseo que una prioridad estratégica real. Muchos han