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Les territoires de santé et la médecine libérale. Les enjeux d’une convergence

Abstract : The framework for health policy in France is now place-based, and the regional level is considered the most relevant for implementing policies. After 10 years, the principal challenge for the years to come seems to be the integration of all relevant actors of the health system, and particularly the doctors, into the health policy of each region. An analysis of the locational strategies of family doctors shows that they have an individual approach to care with no geographical dimension. In the future, then, only an alteration in models of professionalism will lead to the successful involvement of doctors in place-based health policies. An analysis of the working of health networks reveals collective learning developing within them as well as the difficulties of getting beyond existing notions of professionalism when no alternative model exists.
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Philippe Estèbe, Jean-Pierre Augustin, Evelyne Baillergeau, Julie-Anne Boudreau, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, et al.. Les territoires de santé et la médecine libérale. Les enjeux d’une convergence. Lien social et Politiques, Anjou, Québec : Éd. Saint-Martin ; Rennes : Presses de l'EHESP, 2004, 52, pp.35-46. ⟨10.7202/010587ar⟩. ⟨hal-02171401⟩

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