Tag Archives: Positive and Proactive Care

Innovation in the NHS: Accelerated Access Review Interim Report (NHS England / Department of Health / AAR)

Summary The Accelerated Access Review: Interim Report (AAR) explores innovation within the NHS in terms of accelerated access of drugs, devices, diagnostics and digital health products. There are said to be five emerging themes: Proposition One: Putting the patient centre … Continue reading

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Guidance for CCGs on Proactive Care Programme (NHS England)

Summary NHS England’s guidance for CCGs about avoiding unplanned admissions is available. This enhanced service to reduce avoidable unplanned admissions operates by improving services for vulnerable patients and persons with complex physical or mental health needs. Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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Minimising Restrictive Interventions (Department of Health)

Summary Restrictive interventions include a variety of approaches which limit an individual’s movement, liberty and / or freedom to act independently. “Positive and proactive care: reducing the need for restrictive interventions” provides a framework for adult health and social care … Continue reading

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