Personalisation Schemes in Social Care and Inequality: Review of the Evidence and Early Theorising – International Journal for Equity in Health – article

Personalisation Schemes in Social Care and Inequality: Review of the Evidence and Early Theorising

Gemma Carey, Brad Crammond, Eleanor Malbon | International Journal for Equity in Health

2019-11-19

Personalisation is a growing international policy paradigm that aims to create both improved outcomes for individuals, and reduce fiscal pressures on government, by giving greater choice and control to citizens accessing social services. In personalisation schemes, individuals purchase services from a ‘service market’ using individual budgets or vouchers given to them by governments. Personalisation schemes have grown in areas such as disability and aged care across Europe, the UK and Australia.

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