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Ireland. Department of Health. (2012) Future health. A strategic framework for reform of the health service 2012 – 2015. Dublin: Department of Health.

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SECTION A –THE CASE FOR REFORM
1. INTRODUCTION TO FUTURE HEALTH
2. DELIVERING THE REFORM PROGRAMME: GOVERNANCE, MANAGEMENT AND COLLABORATION
3. PATIENT SAFETY AND QUALITY

SECTION B – THE FOUR PILLARS OF REFORM
4. HEALTH AND WELLBEING
5. SERVICE REFORM – A NEW INTEGRATED MODEL OF CARE
6. STRUCTURAL REFORM
7. FINANCIAL REFORM

SECTION C – REFORMING THE DELIVERY SYSTEM
8. REFORMING PRIMARY CARE
9. REFORMING OUR HOSPITALS
10. REFORMING SOCIAL AND CONTINUING CARE
11. TACKLING THE CAPACITY DEFICIT

P.15
A separate stand-alone Health and Wellbeing Agency will be established from January 2015. It will continue and build on the work with other relevant sectors to produce inter-sectoral plans to address risk factors and social determinants of health. The Agency will move forward integrated initiatives to promote for example, healthier diet and physical activity. It will build on the Substance Misuse Strategy to reduce the level of alcohol use and misuse across the population. It will also implement tobacco policy with a view to making Ireland a tobacco free society.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Policy
Date
2012
Pages
61 p.
Publisher
Department of Health
Corporate Creators
Ireland. Department of Health
Place of Publication
Dublin
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)

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