Building Bridges and Breaking Barriers: Review of Integration of Care For Older People Across Health and Social Care (CQC)

Summary

A new Care Quality Commission (CQC) report reviews the integration of care for older people, and examines the impact of existing arrangements for older people – and their families and carers – using these services. Some older people do not receive personalised, effective and responsive care due to poor integration. Recommendations for improvements are offered.

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Reference

Building bridges, breaking barriers: Integrated care for older people. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, July 13th 2016.

This relates to:

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Building bridges, breaking barriers. How care is integrated across health and social care and the impact on older people who use services, and their families and carers July 2016. Newcastle upon Tyne: Care Quality Commission, July 13th 2016.

There is also an executive summary:

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Building bridges, breaking barriers. [Executive Summary]. Newcastle upon Tyne: Care Quality Commission, July 11th 2016.

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