Tag Archives: Enhanced Health in Care Homes

Financial Sustainability in the NHS: Holding Up a Mirror? Reflection (BBC News / NHS Improvement / NHS England / BMJ / OECD / BJS)

Summary The authors of the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) report believe that the NHS may not actually need further money from the taxpayer, asserting that efficiency savings identified (in the field of general surgery alone, and without looking … Continue reading

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Dementia Assessment and Referral to GPs: DeAR-GP (NICE / HIN)

Summary It was already known that between 75% – 89% of care home residents have dementia, but many of these persons do not receive a diagnosis. The Health Innovation Network (HIN) worked with five care homes to design the Dementia … Continue reading

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Improving the Quality of Care For Care Home Residents With Dementia (NHS England / Clinical Medicine / BBC News)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, discusses multi-pronged progress to improve the quality of care – and to enhance health and wellbeing – for people with dementia living in care homes. It has been estimated … Continue reading

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Health as a Social Movement (NHS England)

Summary NHS England has launched a three-year programme to support what is hoped will become a broad social movement to encourage wider patient and public participation in improving health and care. Full Text Link Reference Health as a social movement. … Continue reading

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Care Home Residents’ Access to GPs For Basic Health Care: Far Sighted or Short Sighted GP Contract Changes? (BBC News)

Summary Care home residents are generally 50% more likely to be admitted to hospital as an emergency than other older persons, and might be expected to be a high priority for primary care. Paradoxically, there are reports that GPs have … 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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