This overview video is an introduction to the Integrated care and research practice resource. The resource aims to support the planning, commissioning and delivery of person-centred coordinated care.
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The integration of health and social care aims to deliver person-centred coordinated care.
Integration supports collaboration and joined-up working across a full range of sectors, settings and services:
- to drive the innovation and transformation of services and
- to improve people’s experience and outcomes.
The integrated care research and practice resource aims to support the planning, commissioning and delivery of person-centred coordinated care.
The resource signposts to the latest evidence, relevant policy, current guidance, emerging and promising examples of good practice, as well as approaches to measuring progress and performance.
The resource is based on SCIE’s Logic model of integrated care, an overarching framework for what good health and social care integration looks like.
Developed through extensive research and stakeholder engagement, the Logic model depicts how a fully integrated system might be structured and how it might function.
It shows the outcomes and benefits expected for
- service users
- health and care services and
- the wider health and care system itself
The Integrated care research and practice resource provides the evidence base that underpins the main elements of the logic model. These comprise:
- the enabling factors, the contextual pre-conditions, of integrated care, grouped into themes or topics.
- the interventions and activities that characterise the delivery of integrated services, also grouped into discrete themes or topics
Designed as a practical tool, this invaluable resource will be updated regularly to feature content from a range of national and local partners, complementing existing tools and other sources of information including research and practice evidence.
We hope you enjoy exploring the resource.
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