B3 Integrated care

B3 Integrated care


The Action Group on integrated care is a unique collaborative network of partners representing around 260 multi-stakeholder commitments from national and regional administrations, local authorities, research centres, academia, industry (including SMEs) and advocacy organisations from across the EU.

The partners aim to reduce the avoidable/unnecessary hospitalisation of older people with chronic conditions. They work towards integrated care services that are more closely oriented to the needs of patients /users, and are multidisciplinary, well-co-ordinated, accessible, and anchored in community and home care settings. Such models improve coordination between the different levels of health services and align them with social care throughout the entire health promotion and care chain. They harmonise and coordinate the management, organisation and delivery of services to make sure they provide quality and efficient solutions that respond to the needs of the patients.



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Ready steady go: A telehealth implementation toolkit


This toolkit is an important step in moving telehealth adoption and diffusion forward as it provides a clear framework for implementation that...

Ageing Well at Home/Independent Living, Integrated care

Facts and Figures on Healthy Ageing and Long-term Care


The European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research published at the end of 2012 'Facts and Figures on Healthy Ageing and Long-term...

Informal care, Long term care, Expenditures, demography

Meeting documents (19-20 June 2012): Minutes


These are the minutes of the first meeting of Action Group B3, the members of which are seeking to enhance integrated care systems across Europe...

Integrated care, action groups


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