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Patient Flow or Patient Gridlock? (Health Foundation / BBC News)

Summary The Health Foundation’s latest report on whole systems approaches to patient flow attempts to supply a definitive guide on this topic for local health and social care economies in the UK. It summarises the state of current knowledge about … Continue reading

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Commission on Improving Urgent Care for Older People’s Report (BBC News / NHS Confedertation)

Summary The NHS Confederation’s Commission on Improving Urgent Care for Older People has provided further evidence that many persons aged over-65 are admitted to hospitals via accident and emergency (A&E) unnecessarily, usually with relatively poor outcomes and incurring higher costs … Continue reading

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