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Schéma régional d'organisation médico-sociale/Regional medico-social organization scheme

Health Agency of Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans, General Health Strategies and Plans Guadeloupe 1 January 2012 Policy document social security

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Le schéma régional d'organisation médico-sociale a pour objet de prévoir et de susciter les évolutions nécessaires de l'offre des établissements et services médico-sociaux relevant de la compétence de l’Agence Régionale de Santé, afin notamment de répondre aux besoins de prises en charge et d'accompagnements médico-sociaux de la population handicapée ou en perte d'autonomie.
Ce schéma veille à l'articulation au niveau régional de l'offre sanitaire et médico-sociale relevant de la compétence de l’Agence Régionale de Santé. Pour les établissements et services relevant de la compétence conjointe de l’Agence Régionale de Santé et du Conseil Général, les objectifs régionaux
sont établis et actualisés au regard du schéma départemental d'organisation sociale et médico-sociale relatif aux personnes handicapées ou en perte d'autonomie arrêté par le Conseil Général.

The regional medico-social organization scheme's object is to anticipate and instigate the necessary changes in supply facilities and medical and social services under the jurisdiction of the Regional Health Agency, particularly to meet the needs of the disabled population and those who have a loss in autonomy.
This scheme ensures the articulation of regional supply and sanitary Healthcare under the jurisdiction of the Regional Health Agency. For facilities and services under the joint jurisdiction of
the Regional Health Agency and the General Council, regional objectives relating to those suffering from disability or loss of autonomy are established and updated under the social and medico-social departmental organizational scheme adopted by the General Council.

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