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Attitudes to the development of cross-border health services: The case of GP Out-Of-Hours services

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Patient mobility has emerged as a key policy issue both from a European and all-island perspective in recent years. The research documents the views of people living or working with communities in the border region on the planning, development and use of cross-border health services, and in particular on the planned cross-border GP Out-of-Hours service. The views of the main political parties were also sought. The research raised issues concerning cost implications, the administrative procedures involved, the monitoring arrangements, their rights and entitlements to access, and the integration of cross-border care into existing arrangements for secondary services. The research also reviews the legal, policy and pragmatic experience of providing health care across other EU borders.

Suggested citation:

. () Attitudes to the development of cross-border health services: The case of GP Out-Of-Hours services [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/106672 [Accessed: 26th June 2019].

  

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Centre for Cross Border Studies
 
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