Patients in Complex Situations Clinical Trial
Establish an Evaluation Scale for the Quality of Primary Care in Multi-professional Health Centres and Homes Integrating the Point of View of Patients in Complex Care Situations and Their Caregivers.
The prevalence of multimorbid patients and complex care is increasing in France and elsewhere in the world. It concerns 60% of the over 65 years old. Comprehensive care, the involvement of the patient and his caregivers appear as the solutions for the management of these new care situations. The structures of multi-professional grouping, developing a coordinated exercise (GECO), appear as the privileged place to take care of these patients. These structures become the main place of exercise in France (improved working conditions for professionals, financial incentives, public policy, etc.); they have shown their ability to formulate patient care protocols, to produce coordinated exercise, to better involve the patient and caregivers in their care. The question of improving the quality of care arises. To date, there is no data on the subject apart from some evaluations mainly medico-economic. The patient's place in the evaluation showed his interest with the existence of a proven correlation between patient satisfaction in particular and his compliance and health outcomes.