The article presents an organizational analysis on a disease management model of care called Integrated Model for Chronic Endocrinopathologies. The hypothesis of the study is that endocrinological pathologies, given their chronical dynamic and their low-mid complexity can be addressed at best by an efficient integration between general practictioner, nurse, endocrinologist and patient. The methodology is based on indicators related to three areas: the community-based health services, the activites of the clinical équipe and the clinical outcomes. The results show that organizational flexibility and technological solutions support clinical continuity of care under three dimensions: stimulus to self-help, prevention and critical events avoidance.

Agrimi, D., Lombi, L., Maturo, A., La gestione integrata delle malattie croniche: un modello biosociale per le endocrinopatie, <<SALUTE E SOCIETÀ>>, 2017; XVI (3): 167-180. [doi:10.3280/SES2017-003013] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/110951]

La gestione integrata delle malattie croniche: un modello biosociale per le endocrinopatie

Linda Lombi
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2017

Abstract

The article presents an organizational analysis on a disease management model of care called Integrated Model for Chronic Endocrinopathologies. The hypothesis of the study is that endocrinological pathologies, given their chronical dynamic and their low-mid complexity can be addressed at best by an efficient integration between general practictioner, nurse, endocrinologist and patient. The methodology is based on indicators related to three areas: the community-based health services, the activites of the clinical équipe and the clinical outcomes. The results show that organizational flexibility and technological solutions support clinical continuity of care under three dimensions: stimulus to self-help, prevention and critical events avoidance.
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Agrimi, D., Lombi, L., Maturo, A., La gestione integrata delle malattie croniche: un modello biosociale per le endocrinopatie, <>, 2017; XVI (3): 167-180. [doi:10.3280/SES2017-003013] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/110951]
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