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Organisatie van de care op Curaçao (Organization of care on Curaçao)

Stichting Federatie Zorginstellingen Nederlandse Antillen; Government of Curaçao Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Curaçao 1 October 2008 Policy document health service, health system

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De veranderingen op staatkundig gebied, de sterke vergrijzing, de toenemende vraag naar en complexiteit van zorg, de noodzaak van ketenzorg, de schaarste aan financiële middelen en de hogere eisen aan het niveau van zorgverlening zijn de belangrijkste redenen om een beeld te vormen van de gewenste toekomst van onze zorg en de organisatie van het aanbod. Stichting Federatie Zorginstellingen heeft, in opdracht van de Curaçaose overheid, een concreet stappenplan geschreven om door middel van samenwerking deze uitdagingen in de toekomst aan te kunnen pakken.

The changes in the political field, the strong aging population, growing demand and complexity of care, the need for integrated care, the scarcity of financial resources and higher demands on the level of care are the main reasons for forming an image of the desired future of our care and the organization of the supply. The Healthcare facilities Foundation wrote, commissioned the Government of Curacao, a concrete plan to tackle these challenges through cooperation in the future.

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