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IT19_ITC4_Evolution of the health and welfare system in Lombardy changes to Title I and Title II of Regional Law 30 December 2009, n. 33 - Regional Law No. 23_2015_2015

Name of the country Italy (Lombardy)
Sector Health
Name of the document (original) Evoluzione del sistema sociosanitario lombardo: modifiche al Titolo I e al Titolo II della legge regionale 30 dicembre 2009, n. 33 (Testo unico delle leggi regionali in materia di sanità) - LR 23/2015
Name of the document (English) Evolution of the health and welfare system in Lombardy: changes to Title I and Title II of Regional Law 30 December 2009, n. 33 - Regional Law No. 23/2015
Administrative level Regional
Type of the document Legislation
Year of adoption 2015
Foreseen duration Unlimited
Comments The Lombardy Health and Welfare reform links the two sectors of the system (health and social care) with the aim of reducing costs and improving performance level. The second goal of the reform is to reduce tax charge for citizens.
Sector Health
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) ITC4
Authority Lombardy Region
Availability in English No
Legally binding Legally binding
SGI coverage SSGI
Integration as a concept Yes
Integration elements
Actors
Policies
Adm. levels
Fin. sources
Others
Description The Lombardy Health and Welfare system is designed with the aim of a complete integration between Social and Health Services. With this model, the integration is based on a triple bond that links policies, actors and administrative levels.
Major objectives Integration between Social and Health Services.
Short Summary This law establishes a coordination strategy for the programming activity of the Regional Health System. The strategy lasts 5 years and is updated every year.
Centralised/decentralised Decentralised
Governance model
Public services
Concession
Public-private partnership
Co-operative
Others
Comments Private and public entities, directly or indirectly involved in the delivery of SSGI, are fostered to elaborate innovative models for integration of different services in the health and social care fields
Type of finance
EU
Federal/national
State/cantonal/provincial
Regional
Local
No sources available.
Sources of finance
Private
Public
Stakeholders' list
Federal/national
State/provincial/departmental
Regional Hospitals and Health Organizations/ Representatives for citizens and patients / research institutions / agency for the assessment of the health and social care system
Inter-communal
Local volountary associations for social care and health services
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