Tag Archives: Claire Holditch: Programme Director of NHS Benchmarking Network

National Audit of Intermediate Care 2017 (NAIC)

Summary The National Audit of Intermediate Care (NAIC)’s latest annual report attempts to provide comprehensive data on intermediate care services. It supplies a refreshed audit of intermediate care services delivering care and support to “older people living with complex conditions; … Continue reading

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National Audit of Intermediate Care: NAIC 2014 (Year 3: Continuing Under-Provision) (NHS England / NHS Benchmarking Network)

Summary Professor John Young, National Clinical Director for Integration and Frail Elderly at NHS England has commented on the problem of continuing under-provision regarding intermediate care services. “The core function of intermediate care is in providing alternatives to hospital care, … Continue reading

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