DESK REVIEWS | 04.07.06. Is care coordination between multiple governmental sectors occurring at primary, secondary, or tertiary level care?

DESK REVIEW | 04.07.06. Is care coordination between multiple governmental sectors occurring at primary, secondary, or tertiary level care?

Yes, if we consider the “Matriciamento em Saúde Mental” care coordination occurs at all levels, but it is coordinated by the primary level of care.

Yes, it is expected at all levels. Care coordination involving a multidisciplinary team is expected to be provided at the secondary and tertiary level of healthcare facilities, covered by the universal healthcare scheme. All these healthcare facilities are subject to the central government’s regulations. However, the National Dementia Plan encourages capacity building programmes to medics and non-medics to be emphasised in the primary care level (Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia, 2015b).

References:

Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia. (2015b). National Strategy: Management of Alzheimer and Other Dementia Diseases: Towards Healthy and Productive Older Persons. Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia.

There is uncoordinated planning and weak monitoring and evaluation systems at both National and County levels which worsen in lower levels of care (John & Kiarie, 2019).

References:

John, T., & Kiarie, H. (2019). Building strong stewardship and collaborating systems towards UHC in Kenya’s Devolved Health system. Nairobi, Kenya.

No data is available as no care coordination mechanisms are in place.

Not applicable, see responses from 04.07.01 to 04.07.05.