Tag Archives: Dr Nick Scriven: Society of Acute Medicine

Annual Care Quality Commission State of Care Report (BBC News / CQC / Healthwatch)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) recently released the annual State of Care review. It concludes that most care provided across England is of good quality and improving. Community care services need to be improved. Innovations in new approaches to care should be … Continue reading

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Alternative Approaches to Reducing Hospital Admissions / Re-Admissions (BBC News / British Red Cross / NESTA / King’s Fund)

Summary The British Red Cross has proposed that home assessments, and comparatively simple interventions, when discharging old and vulnerable people for hospitals would help to reduce avoidable but predictable hospital re-admissions (and prevent many hospital admissions in the first place). … Continue reading

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