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Omsorg 2020 – Regjeringens plan for omsorgsfeltet 2015-2020 (Care 2020 – The government’s plan for the area of care 2015-2020)

Government of Norway; Helse- og Omsorgsdepartementet (Ministry of Health) Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Norway 7 May 2015 Policy document

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Fem fokusområder:

- Sammen med bruker, pasient og pårørende
- En faglig sterk helse- og omsorgstjeneste
- Moderne lokaler og boformer
- Den nye hjemmetjenesten
- Fornyelse og innovasjon

Formål med dokumentet:

Dokumentet skal bidra til langsiktighet i vårt felles arbeid med å styrke kapasiteten, kompetansen
og kvaliteten i helse- og omsorgstjenestene, og fungere som et viktig grunnlagsmateriale
for kommunene i planlegging, utvikling og drift av helse- og omsorgssektoren.

(Five main areas of action:

- Working together with the user, the patient and family
- A professional and strong health and care
- Modern premises and accommodation facilities
- The new home care
- Renewal and innovation

Purpose of the document:

The document will contribute to long-term perspective in our common efforts to strengthen the capacity, competence and quality of health and care services, and serve as an important foundation material for municipalities in planning, development and operation of the health care sector)


Norwegian, 1.4 MB pdf

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