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Patient-centred care for older people with complex needs : Evaluation of a new care model in outer east London / Chris Sherlaw-Johnson, Helen Crump, Sandeepa Arora, Holly Holder, Alisha Davies, Rob Meaker

Contributor(s): Sherlaw-Johnson, Chris [autor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [London] : NuffieldTrust, April 2018Description: 1 recurs en línia (71 pàgines).Content type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaSubject(s): Teràpia Ocupacional | Pràctica centrada en el pacient | Envelliment | Qualitat de vida | Persones grans | Gran BretanyaOnline resources: Accés lliure Summary: Traditional models of care for older people focus on a single condition, even though the growing prevalence of comorbidities means that health care costs are increasing. Recognising this, and the fact that a significant proportion of care takes place outside of formal health delivery settings in the patients’ own homes or their nursing homes, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge clinical commissioning groups (BHR CCGs) set out to develop a new model of care. In 2014, the Health 1000 pilot was established as a ‘one-stop-practice’ for patients with complex health needs, often delivering care within a person’s own home. A dedicated multidisciplinary team of NHS health care and voluntary sector professionals were recruited into the practice including GPs, specialist doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, key workers and social workers. The Nuffield Trust was commissioned by the CCGs to evaluate this service, using a mixed methods approach to understand who was using the service and its impact on health outcomes and resources, and on staff and patient experiences. This report looks at the implementation of the service, the impact it had on the use of health care resources, and its wider implications.
List(s) this item appears in: Novetats bibliogràfiques. Llibres. Setembre 2019
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Traditional models of care for older people focus on a single condition, even
though the growing prevalence of comorbidities means that health care costs
are increasing. Recognising this, and the fact that a significant proportion
of care takes place outside of formal health delivery settings in the patients’
own homes or their nursing homes, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and
Redbridge clinical commissioning groups (BHR CCGs) set out to develop a new model of care.
In 2014, the Health 1000 pilot was established as a ‘one-stop-practice’ for patients with complex health needs, often delivering care within a person’s own home. A dedicated multidisciplinary team of NHS health care and voluntary sector professionals were recruited into the practice including GPs, specialist doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, key workers and social workers.
The Nuffield Trust was commissioned by the CCGs to evaluate this service, using a mixed methods approach to understand who was using the service and its impact on health outcomes and resources, and on staff and patient experiences.
This report looks at the implementation of the service, the impact it had on the use of health care resources, and its wider implications.

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