HMAN5160 - Integrated Care Models
Schedule, syllabus and examination date
In many countries more emphasis is now placed on developing models for integrated care. A common feature of these models seems to be a wish to coordinate care better and thereby saving healthcare costs. The aim of this course is to offer overview of different types of integrated care models and carefully evaluated what can be gained by these types of interventions.
You will know:
- Which feature of a funding system, organizational system and clinical organization creates coordination problems for the patient
- How different countries react to these problems and which reforms are implemented in different care systems
- How different service provider systems affect service access, availability and flexibility, continuity and co-ordination of care, consumer satisfaction, and quality and cost outcomes
You will learn:
- to develop care models for chronically ill patients, such as persons with COPD, diabetes and heart failure
- which competence that are needed in the organization of these types of care
- the principles of evaluating the effects of the different methods
You will attain:
- Understanding of the coordination problems in health care organizations
- Knowledge of how the coordination problems can be handled
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5 credits overlap with HME4203 - Topics in comparative health systems and reforms (discontinued)
To be allowed to submit term paper, the following components must be approved
- Opponent to one presentations
- Attendance in class 7 of 10 times
Mandatory assignments must be approved in order to sit for the exam.
Use of sources and citation
Language of examination
For students at Eu-HEM: English
For students at HEPAM: The examination set will be given in English. Answers can be given in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish or in English.
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
Resit an examination
For HEPMA students:
For Eu-HEM students:
An EU-hem student cannot present her or himself for the examination in a course more than two times. There will be held re-sits for EU-hem students who have failed an exam or who have legitimate absence (usually illness) in January and August. If you are entitled to a re-sit you must contact the student advisor via email no longer than one week after the result of the exam has been published.
Special examination arrangements
Application form, deadline and requirements for special examination arrangements.
The course is subject to continuous evaluation. At regular intervals we also ask students to participate in a more comprehensive evaluation.