Integrated Care: Making Happen at Scale and Pace (King’s Fund)


The authors of this King’s Fund paper on integrated care summarise sixteen steps required to enable integrated care become a reality. This document cautions that there is no universal solution or approach to integrated care, and that there is no single best approach. Changes to national policy, and to regulatory and financial frameworks, may be needed for local leaders to be able to realise integration fully. Examples of good practice are given.

Making integrated care happen at scale and pace: lessons from experience is intended to support the process of converting policy intentions into meaningful and widespread change on the ground”.

Read more: Making integrated care happen at scale and pace. The King’s Fund.

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Ham, C. and Walsh, N. Making integrated care happen at scale and pace: lessons from experience. London: King’s Fund, March 21st 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 7, May 2013].

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