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Integrated Health and Social Care Pioneers (NHS England)

Summary The national Health and Social Care Integration Pioneers programme invited local areas to demonstrate ambitious and innovative approaches to delivering person-centred. Since May 2013 over a hundred applications were received, and the winning examples have now been announced. “Th[ere] … Continue reading

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NHS Re-Configuration (BBC News / NHS Confederation / King’s Fund)

Summary A coalition of health managers, clinicians, charities and patients’ representatives has proposed that the NHS in England needs to be more radical about closing some hospital services and diverting resources to more community-based care. The alternative to these reforms would be to face a “vicious” spiral … Continue reading

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