Evaluation of the new care models vanguards
Evaluation of process, impact and efficiency of vanguard sites from SQW and SCIE
SCIE and SQW have come together to provide vanguard sites with expert evaluation support. Our focus is on building an understanding of what works, why and to what effect across the new models of care.
We support vanguards evaluation of:
- Process: what works and what doesn’t
- Impact: outputs, outcomes and impacts that have been achieved
- Economics: efficiency and value for money implications.
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Or contact Ewan King, Director of Business Development and Delivery, SCIE at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 020 7766 7400
SCIE and SQW offer a wide complement of experience and skills to support the vanguards to undertake timely and dynamic local evaluation. This includes:
- wide-ranging health and social care expertise
- extensive experience of designing and conducting complex and multi-faceted evaluations relating to the integration of traditionally distinct parts of the health service, social care and wider community based support
- service-user and carer engagement specialists, including co-production expertise
- extensive experience of developing pragmatic and actionable learning.
New care models clients
Sutton Clinical Commissioning Group – Evaluation of Sutton Homes of Care enhanced health in care homes vanguard, 2016-17 Open
SCIE is working in partnership with SQW to evaluate the Sutton Homes of Care Vanguard. This is one of six enhanced health in care home (EHCH) vanguards in England that will offer care home residents better, joined up health, care and rehabilitation services. The Sutton vanguard has developed a care home provider network to support training across local care homes, and a new model of health and social care, which includes expanded in-reach services such as end of life care nurses, aiming to provide the right care at the right time where residents need it. The vanguard is seeking to enhance the lives of its growing number of care home residents, and their carers/families, and improve job satisfaction for the staff that work to support them.
The mixed method evaluation will involve both qualitative and quantitative research including surveys and interviews with staff, residents and carers/families and a cost-effectiveness review. SCIE will particularly focus on putting in place an approach to co-producing the research and findings with residents, carers and families and will produce a series of research videos.
SQW is a leading independent provider of research, analysis and advice in economic and social development. SQW has extensive experience of undertaking complex research projects involving multiple strands of primary and secondary research and multiple types of analysis.
SCIE is the leading social care improvement organisation and charity in the UK. SCIE provides evidence and practical support in the sector, and places emphasis on coproduction and service user engagement. We work across health and social care and have a strong understanding of what works and have deep expertise in multi-method policy and programme evaluations; literature reviews, best practice searches, stakeholder interviews, facilitation of workshops and co-production with service users and carers.