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by Ann Netten,Jennifer Beecham

Author: Ann Netten,Jennifer Beecham
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Arena (May 1, 1993)
Pages: 214 pages
Category: Perfomance
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Michelle Sleed, Jennifer Beecham, Martin Knapp, Colette McAuley an. Costing informal care Costing Community Care: Theory and Practice.

Michelle Sleed, Jennifer Beecham, Martin Knapp, Colette McAuley and. Nyree McCurry. The questionnaire was built on our experience in PSSRU in the estimation of service-. specific unit costs (see for example Beecham, 2000). It requested information about how the. scheme operated, the services provided, the resources used and so on, while taking into. Netten, A. (1993) Costing informal care, in A. Netten & J. Beecham (eds) Costing Community Care: Theory and Practice, Ashgate, Aldershot.

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Costing Community Care differs from other books which address the subject, by acknowledging and discussing the .

Costing Community Care differs from other books which address the subject, by acknowledging and discussing the practical difficulties of costing, and by examining in detail the interface between theory and practice.

The average total cost of community care for this group was £ 493 per week (1992–93 prices), accommodation facility costs comprising approximately . Netten A, Beecham J (eds) Costing Community Care: Theory and Practice.

The average total cost of community care for this group was £ 493 per week (1992–93 prices), accommodation facility costs comprising approximately 85% of the total. In the new service configuration, district health authorities fund half of the costs of supporting the hospital leavers, 50% less than when they funded long-stay hospital placements. The rest of the funding burden is borne by a range of agencies, resulting in pressure on budgets and staff case loads.

Knapp, . and Beecham, J. (1993) Costing community care: the role of this book, in A. Netten and J. Beecham (ed. Costing Community Care: Theory and Practice, Ashgate, 1-6. Allen, C. (1993) Costing services: ideals and reality, in A. Netten and . .

AUTHORS: Theresia Bäumker, Ann Netten, Robin Darton, Lisa Callaghan. KEYWORDS: Extra Care Housing, Cost Effectiveness, Older People, Long Term Care. JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Service Science and Management, Vo. N., December 7, 2011. ABSTRACT: Extra care housing is an important innovation in the care and support of older people, and is a housing model that has considerable potential to support older people in leading active, independent lives.

In Costing Community Care: Theory and Practice. eds. & Beecham, . Canterbury: PSSRU. Netton, A. & Smart, S. (1993) Unit Costs of Community Care. Unpublished Department of Health Report. Department of Health Management Consultancy Unit.