A set of frequently asked questions about Primary Care Networks that have been collated via a series of engagement sessions.
Health for Care is a coalition, led by the NHS Confederation, of 15 national health organisations. To inform government thinking ahead of the green paper and the expected spending review in autumn 2019, the coalition wanted to test the views
Increasing numbers of people are at risk of developing frailty. People living with frailty are experiencing unwarranted variation in their care. This toolkit will provides expert practical advice and guidance on how to commission and provide the best system wide
This document provides a framework for effectively planning and delivering personalised care in line with the health commitments of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are supporting children and young people.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are tackling health inequalities.
Case study to assist with understanding integrated care systems are supporting people’s mental health.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are changing Older people’s care.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are changing urgent and emergency care services.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are supporting people to stay well.
Case study to assist with understanding how integrated care systems are redesigning primary care services.
CCGs are responsible for improving the health of their populations. They do this by determining the health needs of the people they serve and ensuring there are high-quality services to meet these needs. CCGs are led by accountable officers –
Report by Incisive Health for Age UK highlights the extent of the local lottery that now exists when trying to secure residential care or care at home, and the long-feared emergence of ‘care deserts’ in some places. These are localities
Medical and nursing care have been separated from social care by deliberate design since the creation of the NHS. This is true with regard to the institutional and policy frameworks and also with regard to how care is provided in
Report from the Centre for Policy Studies on approaches to delivering Social Care. This think tank report suggests that the current system is financially and politically unsustainable, opaque, unfair, and actively discourages local councils from investing in social care and
Paper from NHS Commissioners aimed at the NHS and local authorities that outlines possible solutions for the governance and accountability challenges brought by the move to integrated health and care. It notes that there are several important differences in governance
Report that recommends that the Government consider the needs of vulnerable families in all policies. It calls for each local authority area should develop, jointly with local NHS bodies, communities and the voluntary sector, a clear and ambitious plan for
Age UK’s Personalised Integrated Care Programme (PICP) is a scheme that aims to improve the lives of older people through practical support, underpinned by a change in the way that the health and care system works together for these people
The time preparing for, undergoing and then recovering from an operation is known as the perioperative period and the College believes that tailored care throughout this time will improve long-term outcomes for patients after surgery. It suggests exercise and nutritional
Guidance on employment law issues that arise when moving staff within the NHS, and the practical issues to be considered when entering into a workforce sharing agreement model. This is to be distinguished from a scenario where there is a change of employer and the Transfer of Undertakings