Integrated care Integrated care aims to improve patient experience, achieve higher levels of efficiency and extract value from health delivery systems
The aim of integrated care is to address fragmentation in patient services, and enable more coordinated and continuous care.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
This briefing helps to explain what the implementation of primary care networks (PCNs) will mean for health and care in England, and highlights some of the opportunities and challenges with implementi...
Integrating care: Next steps to building strong and effective integrated care systems across England
Our response to NHS England’s consultation on ‘building a strong, integrated care system across England’.
This briefing explores IAUs evidence on how multidisciplinary teams may increase emergency hospital activity at least in the short term.
This project is aiming to embed evidence and learning from previous research within practices at both Bromley by Bow in East London and with other organisations throughout the UK.
Adam Briggs explores how the 2019 5-year strategic plans for ICSs and STPs will provide an early insight into how seriously the NHS in England takes its role in preventing disease.
The IAU statistical analysis protocols are intended to guide analytical processes. They include the proposed evaluation design, statistical methods, and the limitations of the analysis.
Jennifer Dixon asks how the NHS Long Term plan can support efforts to reduce emergency admissions from care homes.
Using insight from novel data analysis has the potential to maximise the impact of improvement programmes. Here, Filipe Santos explores new findings on care home residents’ use of emergency services.