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Journal Articles International Journal of Integrated Care Year : 2010

Special series: Change management diagnostic study, design and implementation of an integrated model of care in france: a bottom-up process with continuous leadership

Matthieu de Stampa
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Claire Mauriat
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Emmanuel Bagaragaza
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Howard Bergman
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Liette Lapointe
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Bernard Cassou
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Joël Ankri
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Jean Claude Henrard
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Abstract

Background: Sustaining integrated care is difficult, in large part because of problems encountered securing the participation of health care and social service professionals and, in particular, general practitioners (GPs). Purpose: To present an innovative bottom-up and pragmatic strategy used to implement a new integrated care model in France for community-dwelling elderly people with complex needs. Results: In the first step, a diagnostic study was conducted with face-to-face interviews to gather data on current practices from a sample of health and social stakeholders working with elderly people. In the second step, an integrated care model called Coordination Personnes Agées (COPA) was designed by the same major stakeholders in order to define its detailed characteristics based on the local context. In the third step, the model was implemented in two phases: adoption and maintenance. This strategy was carried out by a continuous and flexible leadership throughout the process, initially with a mixed leadership (clinician and researcher) followed by a double one (clinician and managers of services) in the implementation phase. Conclusion: The implementation of this bottom-up and pragmatic strategy relied on establishing a collaborative dynamic among health and social stakeholders. This enhanced their involvement throughout the implementation phase, particularly among the GPs, and allowed them to support the change practices and services arrangements
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hal-03708821 , version 1 (29-06-2022)

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Matthieu de Stampa, Isabelle Vedel, Claire Mauriat, Emmanuel Bagaragaza, Christelle Routelous, et al.. Special series: Change management diagnostic study, design and implementation of an integrated model of care in france: a bottom-up process with continuous leadership. International Journal of Integrated Care, 2010, 10 (1). ⟨hal-03708821⟩
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