TitleImplementing new models of care: Lessons from the new care models programme in England
Published journalInternational Journal of Care Coordination
In 2014, the body that leads the National Health Service in England published a new strategic vision for the National Health Service. A major part of this strategy was a three-year-long national programme to develop new care models to coordinate care across primary care, community services and hospitals that could be replicated across the country. Local ‘vanguard sites’ were selected to develop five types of new care model with support from a national team. The new care models programme provided support for local leaders to enable them to collaborate to improve care for their local populations. We interviewed leaders in the vanguard sites to better understand how they made changes to care locally. Drawing on the insights from these interviews and the literature on cross-organisational change and improvement we devised a framework of 10 lessons for health and care leaders seeking to develop and implement new models of care. The framework emphasises the importance of developing relationships and building capability locally to enable areas to continuously develop and test new ideas
You might also like...
Dr Matt Willis leads a study exploring the potential for automation in primary care at the University of Oxford. He told us a...
Patients finding it harder to access general practice, but those in poorer areas report greater problems
Health Foundation response to British Social Attitudes Survey on emergency care.
Jennifer Dixon asks how the NHS Long Term plan can support efforts to reduce emergency admissions from care homes.
Health Foundation @HealthFdn
What makes the NHS an #AnchorInstitution? The NHS is the UK’s biggest employer, with 1.5 million staff. The NHS… https://t.co/CerGUQx6uAFollow us on Twitter
Work with us
We look for talented and passionate individuals as everyone at the Health Foundation has an important role to play.View current vacancies
The Q Community
Q is an initiative connecting people with improvement expertise across the UK.Find out more