Reducing inequalities by investing in health-promoting care

EuroHealthNet have released a Policy Précis “Reducing inequalities by investing in health-promoting care – Rethinking care to meet growing demands, protect providers’ wellbeing, and foster an Economy of Wellbeing.

This Policy Précis explores:

  • The problem: Our care systems are not equipped to deal with increasing demand for care, and offer unequal access to formal care.
  • Why it matters: Our current systems often worsen inequalities faced by those who provide and those who need care, and might not be able to provide care for all who need it in the future.
  • The way forward: New ‘health-promoting’ models of care use resources more effectively by promoting health and wellbeing of those receiving and giving care.

Find the full Policy Précis (in English) here.

Find more on the Economy of Wellbeing here.

Employment, occupational health, adult education, youth employment, Financial security, social protection, social inclusion, access to care, poverty, Health systems and services, primary health care, integrated systems, prevention services, health workforce

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