Audit of Intermediate Care Commissioning and Provision in England (NHS Benchmarking)

Summary

The 2012 audit covered health-related bed and home intermediate care services. NHS Benchmarking’s “National Audit of Intermediate Care Report 2013” has been extended to cover crisis response and social care reablement services.

“only 53% of home based services have “ready and quick access” to specialist mental health skills. Whilst these figures may reflect the fact that currently only 12% of service users have dementia (NAIC 2012), consideration might be given to whether this approach contributes to an under representation of dementia in intermediate care”. (p.57)

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Reference

National Audit of Intermediate Care Report 2013. Manchester: NHS Benchmarking Network, November 2013.

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