Population Level Commissioning: LTC Year of Care Programme (NHS IQ / NHS England)

Summary

NHS Improving Quality (NHS IQ) has released a paper analysing a Kent “whole population” dataset, which links whole population demographics with activity and cost data from acute, community, mental health and social care providers. The data / analyses are intended to help commissioners understand the impact of different selection methods for people with complex health and social care needs. This data has relevance to the development of a LTC year of care currency.

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Reference

Population level commissioning for the future: implementing capitated budgets within long term conditions for people with complex needs. London: NHS Improving Quality, August 15th 2014.

Further information:

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Reference

The art of the impossible: capitated budgets for long term conditions – Sir John Oldham and Jacquie White. [Online]: NHS England, November 18th 2016.

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