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The Long-Term Care System for the Elderly in Slovenia

by Valentina Prevolnik Rupel / Marko Ogorevc / Boris Majcen
10 June 2010

The Long-Term Care System for the Elderly in Slovenia

Valentina Prevolnik Rupel / Marko Ogorevc / Boris Majcen

Launched in January 2009, ANCIEN is a research project that runs for a 44-month period and involves 20 partners from EU member states. The project principally concerns the future of long-term care (LTC) for the elderly in Europe and addresses two questions in particular: 1) How will need, demand, supply and use of LTC develop? 2) How do different systems of LTC perform?
This case study on Slovenia is part of the first stage in the project aimed at collecting the basic data and necessary information to portray long-term care in each country of the EU. It will be followed by analysis and projections of future scenarios on long-term care needs, use, quality assurance and system performance. State-of-the-art demographic, epidemiologic and econometric modelling will be used to interpret and project needs, supply and use of long-term care over future time periods for different LTC systems.
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  • Author
    Valentina Prevolnik Rupel
    Valentina Prevolnik Rupel
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    Marko Ogorevc
    Marko Ogorevc
  • Author
    Boris Majcen
    Boris Majcen
The Long-Term Care System for the Elderly in Slovenia
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