Tag Archives: Integrated Provision

Guidance on Integrated Care (Monitor)

Summary Monitor has released guidance on integrated care, ensuring healthcare providers and commissioners can offer services which are less fragmented and easier to access. This includes information about Monitor’s role in enabling integrated care. Full Text Link Reference Enabling integrated … Continue reading

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Co-Production in Adult Social Care (SCIE)

Summary Co-production promises to make an important contribution towards solving the many challenges facing social care, including pressures to improve: (i) the cost-effectiveness of services, (ii) user and carer experience, (iii) community capacity and (iv) better integration of health and care. This … Continue reading

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SCIE Integration Tool: Step by Step Virtual Planner (SCIE)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has developed a virtual planning tool to help organisations and multi-agency teams work together in a more integrated manner. The “Integration: step by step” online resource provokes fresh thinking with challenging discussion … Continue reading

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NHS Improving Quality (NHS IQ)

Summary NHS Improving Quality (NHS IQ) was established on April 1st 2013. NHS IQ is the driving force for improvement across the NHS in England, and is hosted by NHS England. NHS IQ is an improvement organisation geared to the needs and challenges of … Continue reading

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BGS Commissioning Guidance for Older Care Home Residents (BGS)

Summary This British Geriatrics Society (BGS) guidance on commissioning for excellence in care homes is aimed at people developing models of health care delivery which meet the needs of care home residents. Around 20% of the 400,000 older people living … Continue reading

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