Perspectives on integrated care: Solihull


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Tytuł: Perspectives on integrated care: Solihull

Opis: Anand Chitnis, GP and Chair, Solihull CCG, shares how the CCG has developed a person-centred narrative for 'Jack and Eileen’, which has resulted in a greater focus on patient outcomes.

The big enablers to integrating care have been bringing patients on board – being clear that the strategy at its highest level is about the outcomes for patients, improving their quality of care and experience of using health and social care services.

According to Anand, the key to joining up care is ensuring leaders at all levels of the organisation are engaged, upskilling the workforce to understand the real principles of integrated care, and better communicating the benefits to the public

Data publikacji: 25.09.2013

Edward Wagner: The chronic care model and integrated care


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Tytuł: Edward Wagner: The chronic care model and integrated care

Opis: Chris Ham talks to Edward Wagner, Director Emeritus, MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation, Group Health Research Institute, about co-ordinated care and the chronic care model.

Dr Wagner explains how his clinical work helped him to develop the chronic care model, encouraging the medical workforce to collaborate with patients to help them to manage and choose their own care

Data publikacji: 20.01.2014

An alternative guide to the urgent and emergency care system in England


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Tytuł: An alternative guide to the urgent and emergency care system in England

Opis: A&E is often seen as a service in crisis and is the focus of much media and political interest. But A&E is just the tip of the iceberg — the whole urgent and emergency care system is complex, and surrounded by myth and confusion.

Our animation gives a whistle-stop tour of how the system fits together and busts some myths about what’s really going on — explaining that the underlying causes go much deeper than just A&E and demand a joined-up response across all services.

Data publikacji: 08.04.2014

Keith Freeman: Sunderland dermatology and minor surgery service


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Tytuł: Keith Freeman: Sunderland dermatology and minor surgery service

Opis: Dr Keith Freeman, consultant dermatologist, explains how the Sunderland dermatology and minor surgery service diagnoses and manages patients with a range of skin conditions whose treatment does not require a hospital setting.

Read the full report on specialists in out-of-hospital settings at: Kingsfund

Data publikacji: 22.10.2014

Eileen Burns: Leeds interface geriatrician service


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Tytuł: Eileen Burns: Leeds interface geriatrician service

Opis: Dr Eileen Burns explains more about Leeds interface geriatrician service – where geriatricians work across secondary, primary and community settings so that patients can get the care they need wherever they are.

Read the full report on specialists in out-of-hospital settings at: Kingsfund

Data publikacji: 22.10.2014

Louise Restrick: Whittington respiratory service


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Tytuł: Louise Restrick: Whittington respiratory service

Opis: Dr Louise Restrick, consultant respiratory physician, explains more about Whittington respiratory service, which provides acute services and community health services to a population of approximately 460,000 people in Haringey and Islington CCGs.

Read the full report on specialists in out-of-hospital settings at: Kingsfund

Data publikacji: 22.10.2014

Partha Kar: Portsmouth and South East Hampshire diabetes service


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Tytuł: Partha Kar: Portsmouth and South East Hampshire diabetes service

Opis: Dr Partha Kar, clinical director of diabetes at Portsmouth and South East Hampshire diabetes service, explains how the care of a group of diabetes patients who were previously managed at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust has shifted to general practice.

Read the full report on specialists in out-of-hospital settings at: Kingsfund

Data publikacji: 22.10.2014

Joined-up care: Sam’s story


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Tytuł: Joined-up care: Sam’s story

Opis: The jargon of 'integrated care’ is much-used in health policy and management circles. But why does 'integrated care’ matter? And what will it mean for patients? This short animation aims to bring integrated care to life for anyone involved in improving patient care. If those working towards integrated care can share this vision with others in their local health and care system, then there is a real chance they can make integrated care happen.

Find out more at: Kingsfund

Data publikacji: 25.09.2013