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Where Best Next Campaign: Reducing Length of Hospital Stay (NHS England)

Summary Approximately 350,000 patients spend more than three weeks in a hospital each year, often with poor outcomes: “Many older people, particularly those who are frail and may have dementia, actually deteriorate while in hospital – a stay of more … Continue reading

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Reducing Hospital Admissions From Care Homes (Health Foundation)

Summary A Health Foundation report indicates that perhaps over 40% of emergency hospital admissions on the part of permanent care home residents aged ≥65 years could have been avoided with better preventive primary care, community support / NHS care in care … Continue reading

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Improving Patient Care by Reducing Length of Hospital Stay (NHS Improvement / NHS England)

Summary The NHS, with the cooperation of local authorities, plans to reduce unnecessarily long stays in hospital for patients by a quarter. The aim is to free-up over 4,000 beds in readiness for anticipated Winter pressures on hospitals. Currently, around … Continue reading

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Helping Hospital Patients Stay Active and a Winter Framework For Speedier Discharge (NHS England / BMJ / BJN / NIHR Signal / JAN)

Summary Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for NHS England has written about a Winter Framework designed to reduce delayed discharges by maximising the use of care homes across each Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP). Therapy-led units, too, will be … Continue reading

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