Tag Archives: New Care Models

Reducing Hospital Admissions From Care Homes (Health Foundation / PCC)

Summary A Health Foundation report indicates that perhaps over 40% of emergency hospital admissions on the part of permanent care home residents aged ≥65 years could have been avoided with better preventive primary care, community support / NHS care in care … Continue reading

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Respiratory Futures (NHS England / NHS Improvement / British Thoracic Society / BBC News)

Summary Respiratory Futures is an online hub, developed by NHS England, NHS Improvement and the British Thoracic Society, which provides an interactive regional map of integrated care plans for respiratory disease. There are also case studies, video interviews, links to … Continue reading

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More on Integrated Care: Government Response to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee’s Report (House of Commons / DHSC / King’s Fund / Duke University)

Summary In June 2018, the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee published the “Integrated care: organisations, partnerships and systems” report, which included 42 conclusions and recommendations. Full Text Link Reference Integrated care: organisations, partnerships and systems. Seventh Report … Continue reading

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Transformational Change in Health and Care: Learning From Case Studies (King’s Fund)

Summary A recent King’s Fund report explores diverse examples of successful transformational change, i.e. those which tend to focus on improving the lives of patients, to see if there are lessons for leadership style and organisational culture. Four case studies … Continue reading

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On the Not Yet Fully Realised Potential of Integrated Care (NHS England)

Summary It has been said before probably, but perhaps by none so great? Full Text Link Reference Leading healthcare professor Don Berwick says NHS could be world number one if it integrates care. [Online]: NHS England, May 1st 2018.

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Integrated Care Systems: Plus ca Change? (BBC News / NHS England / King’s Fund / SCIE)

Summary Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) are actually running in ten areas of England to date, out of 44 Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs). Full Text Link Reference Pym, H. (2018). NHS reform: How many patients will benefit? London: BBC Health … Continue reading

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