A new report is available, presenting an overview of the long term care landscape in Spain, which builds on the analytical work carried out within the InCARE project.
It provides the reader with insight of the needs and capacity for community-care provision, combining demographic, socioeconomic, and health and welfare policy approaches. It looks into the services provided by the health and social care system, their financing, and the quality of the care provided. It also describes the political context, the distribution of competences, and the progress of new technologies within the health and care sector. This report was published by Imserso and Matia Foundation with the support of Vilans and the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research. Bibliographical references and a SWOT analysis* support the document.
This publication will shortly be followed by similar analysis of the long-term care landscape in Austria and North Macedonia. It is meant to be a tool for practitioners and policy makers willing to understand, compare and improve long-term care provision in these countries.