Gaining health. The European strategy for the prevention and by WHO Regional Office for Europe

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Support older people in keeping physically active and independent for as long as possible. Health service delivery The service delivery function of a health system is concerned with how to efficiently produce and make accessible the best mix of the services needed. Key challenges are to ensure that populations are covered by the necessary health services, that services are client-oriented, and that quality, safety and responsiveness of services are monitored and improved. Appropriate organization of services and management information systems can support the process.

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