Private Assistants In The Italian Care SystemI completed my University education in Medicine at Bologna University. The League, strongly supported by the High Commissariat for Hygiene and Public Health, with circular n. 110 of 14 November 1955 signed by its director, Tiziano Tessitori, fostered collaboration with existing institutions in the field of care for sick people, with particular attention to their reintegration into the workplace and society at large.
In 1959 Augusto Giovanardi, director of the Institute of Hygiene in Milan, published the preliminary results of the experimentation in Italy of the Sabin attenuated vaccine 39 The results seemed to be extremely positive and the medical community was convinced of the need to start a mass vaccination campaign using OPV.
Despite repeated requests in early 2005 to undertake research concerning the situation of minors in immigration detention, Amnesty International has Badanti Roma continuously been denied access to immigration detention facilities by the Italian government with the claim that there were no minors in detention.
Regional governments, through the regional health departments, are responsible for ensuring the delivery of a benefits package through a network of public population-based health care organizations (local health authorities), public hospital trusts and accredited private providers (Ministero della Salute, 1992 , 2006 , 2009a , 2010a ).
Google Scholar See all References 2 new functional structures, called functional territorial aggregation (FTA) and complex primary care unit, will be implemented in order to further integrate the various duties and activities of PCPs and promote a more efficient interaction between PCPs and pediatric hospital and specialty centers.
Since 2008, after having experienced in first hand some bio-medical research (see above), I have been developing my philosophical training, skills and academic CV in research, teaching and tutoring, and research group promotion and coordination at academic level, in contact with the national and international scientific and academic environments (both Anglo-Saxon and Latin, Spanish speaking communities).
In 2008 the total public health care expenditure reached €106.5 billion (equal to 6.8% of GDP - adding private expenditure it reaches 9.1% of GDP); primary care direct costs accounted for €6.08 billion (5.7% of total expenditure, considering only payments to GPs, paediatricians, out-of-hours physicians and specialists working in community health care centres).
Regions are responsible for: (1) strategic planning process and local regulation in the health and health care area at regional and local level; (2) coordinating health care providers and providing health care services; (3) deciding on the priorities for financing health care organizations that provide services financed through the Regional Health Fund (accredited public and private organizations, local health authorities, teaching hospitals, and accredited private providers); and (4) creating guidelines for providing services in the regional health departments, including assessing the need to build new hospitals, accreditation programs, and accounting systems.