Integration 2020: Towards an Integration Standard for Health and Social Care (SCIE)

Summary

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)’s “Integration 2020” research was commissioned by the Department of Health to help plan for more integrated health and social care.

This report clarifies what better integration of health and care is expected to look like, indicating the types of qualitative and quantitative data which might be used measure progress and performance nationally and locally.

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Reference

Integrated health and social care 2020: research. [Online]: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), March 2017.

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Reference

Johnston, L. Rozansky, D. [and] Dorrans, S. [et al] (2017). Integration 2020: Scoping research. Report to the Department of Health. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), February 2017.

Contents / topic headings comprise:

  • Context.
  • The Integration Standard.
  • About this report.
  • The evolving policy context and its impact on health and social care integration.
    • Treasury policies and spending reforms.
    • Reconfiguration of health care services.
    • Devolution and local place shaping.
    • Health and Social Care Regulation: protecting the public and ensuring accountability.
    • Better Care Fund.
  • Integration by 2020.
    • What does ‘good’ look like?
    • Barriers and facilitators to integration by 2020.
    • Supporting local areas with the integration agenda.
  • The Integration Standard.
    • Digital interoperability.
    • Resources targeted at high-risk cohort to prevent crises and maintain wellbeing.
    • Value for Money.
    • Single assessment and care plans.
    • Integrated community care.
    • Timely and safe discharges.
    • Social care embedded in urgent and emergency care.
  • Conclusions.
  • Appendix: Case studies.
  • Appendix: Rapid evidence review.
  • Appendix: Bibliography.

Integration 2020: Measuring Progress

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