Tag Archives: Integrated Local Commissioning

Getting the Dementia Care Pathway Right (NHS RightCare / NHS England)

Summary NHS RightCare has produced a scenario which throws into contrast an optimal dementia care pathway as distinct from the possibly more common “sub-optimal” pathway alternative(s). Costings for an ideal pathway are presented, compared with those for an example sub-optimal … Continue reading

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Integrated Local Commissioning and Place-Based Health (NLGN and Collaborate / NHS England)

Summary The Place-Based Health Commission was convened by the New Local Government Network (NLGN) and Collaborate. The following report, from NLGN and Collaborate, takes a fresh alternative view of the future of health and care, re-imagining what might be achievable if … Continue reading

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