Healthy partnerships, healthy citizens? An international review of partnerships in health and social care and patient/user outcomes.

@article{Rummery2009HealthyPH,
  title={Healthy partnerships, healthy citizens? An international review of partnerships in health and social care and patient/user outcomes.},
  author={Kirstein Rummery},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={69 12},
  pages={1797-804}
}
As a result of changes in the governance of health and social care organizations across developed welfare states they are under increasing pressure to work in partnership with each other (at an organizational and inter-professional level) and with the private and voluntary sector. Drawing on a comparative literature review of the theoretical and empirical evidence from health and social care partnerships across developed welfare states, this paper aims to examine the policy drivers behind such… CONTINUE READING

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