Online First Nr149

Psychiatr. Pol. ONLINE FIRST Nr 149: 1–17

Published ahead of print 2 November 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.12740/PP/OnlineFirst/111852

Marta Anczewska, Daria Biechowska, Piotr Gałecki,
Małgorzata Janas-Kozik, Beata Koń,
Blanka Skrzypkowska-Brancewicz, Anna Śremska, Filip Urbański,
Barbara Więckowska, Mariusz Zięba, Katarzyna Kucharska

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Jednostki organizacyjne psychiatrycznej opieki zdrowotnej dla dorosłych – analiza na podstawie danych Narodowego Funduszu Zdrowia z lat 2010–2016

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Organizational units providing psychiatric services for adults – an analysis based on the National Health Fund data for 2010–2016

Summary
Aim. The aim of this publication is to analyze the organizational units of mental healthcare for adults based on the data on the services reported to the National Health Fund in 2010–2016.
Method. The following organizational forms of care were analyzed: mental health outpatient clinics, general psychiatric wards, general day care psychiatric wards, community mental ealth teams, and psychiatric emergency rooms. These organizational units were analyzed in terms of their number, utilization and accessibility. In addition, a preliminary simulation of the expected Mental Health Centers was carried out.
Results. In Poland, in 2010–2016, the number of mental health service providers under contracts with the National Health Fund increased by 5%. The most robust growth was observed for community mental health teams, whose number increased by 282%. However, this organizational form was used by a marginal (1.9%) percentage of patients. The highest rate of admission to general psychiatric wards was observed in districts where a general psychiatric ward and a mental health clinic were available with no day care psychiatric wards or community mental health teams. A small number of entities providing comprehensive care was in operation in 2016. The preliminary simulation has shown that in 2016 a total of 156 Mental Health Centers should have been in operation, assuming that each of them would have provided care for 200,000 inhabitants.
Conclusions. It would be advisable to analyze the exact geographic distribution of units, human resources in individual organizational units, and to take financial outlays for mental healthcare in their various forms into consideration.
 
 

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