Right Care Resource Centre (Right Care)

Summary

Right Care has created a resource centre of casebooks, tools and assorted resources to help commissioners identify local opportunities. The categories of resources available include:

  1. Casebooks: Right Care Casebooks cover how local health communities have implemented aspects of the Right Care philosophy.
  2. Online Learning: a collection of short video tutorials introduce the principles, concepts, tools and techniques of Right Care and Population Healthcare.
  3. SPOT Tool: the CCG SPOT Tool clarifies how much each Clinical Commissioning Group spends on their local population for diabetes care and the health outcomes derived from this spending.
  4. Commissioning for Value Packs: bespoke Commissioning for Value CCG packs, for each of the 211 NHS England CCGs, identify value opportunities for local health economies.
  5. Glossary: the Population Healthcare Glossary explains the key terms used in value improvement, variation analysis, programme budgeting, marginal analysis, systems, networks and pathways.
  6. Reading Lists: this resource links to a collection of reading lists on specific themes of relevance to Right Care. They provide an introduction to each subject and access to the best available evidence-based knowledge.

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Reference

Right Care Resource Centre. [Online]: NHS Right Care, December 2013.

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