Evaluation of the National Integrated Care Pilots: Progress Report (Department of Health)

Abstract

Ernst and Young and RAND Europe are undertaking an independent evaluation of the 16 integrated care pilots in the NHS on behalf of the Department of Health. This report, produced jointly by RAND Europe, Ernst and Young, and the Department of Health, is an interim presentation of the evaluation of the national integrated care pilots.

The evaluation process is described in detail and some of the emerging findings are summarised in preview.

The report offers insights for CEOs, and PCT and Local Authority commissioning and service development leads when considering new ways to improve outcomes through service integration or re-design.

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Reference

Progress report: evaluation of the national integrated care pilots. Leeds: RAND Europe, Ernst and Young, Department of Health, November 2010. Dementia Gateway reference number 14990.

Read more: Progress report: evaluation of the national integrated care pilots : Department of Health – Publications.

This report discusses:

Bournemouth and Poole Structured care for dementia.

 Specialist Intermediate Care Team and Dementia Advisor.

Newquay Memory clinic and other support for people with dementia.
Torbay Elderly in hospital.People in nursing homes with COPD/ congestive cardiac failure (CCF).Low-level dementia.

Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) dementia registers.

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