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A paper published in the journal Health Research Policy and Systems, reports on a tactic to improve health service delivery using a collaborative approach between researchers, health care organisations, commissioners, patients and the public. This aims to introduce and evaluate innovative approaches to person-centred coordinated care (P3C). The programme of work is being led by researchers from the Community and Primary Care Research Group at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, with support from PenCLAHRC and the South West Academic Health Science Network.
Multi-faceted challenges within the care/health environment are the catalyst for new and sometimes radical thinking...Read more
Health provision is moving away from disease-based models to person centred delivery. This study addresses the development of a new practical tool to support organisations and practitioners in delivering this new approach.
Public sector organisations are being driven to produce greater efficiencies and cost savings. The NHS in particular is facing the requirement to do more with less, and deliver better and more effective care, while at the same time reducing a fiscal deficit. Such an economic challenge has been the catalyst for new and sometimes radical thinking about how care is delivered. This has resulted in a move away...Read more
It is widely acknowledged that care provided by the NHS and other services should be person-centred - that is, centred on the individual and responsive to their needs. One way of achieving this is through a better understanding of the patient’s experience of care and a PenCLAHRC project has been the first to put together a guide for commissioners on this topic.
The new guide was compiled by PenCLAHRC researchers and patient-centred coordinated care experts based at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, with support from NHS England, the Coalition for Collaborative Care, and the South West Academic Health...Read more