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Review of the gastrointestinal pathway with a focus on upper and lower endoscopy pathways RightCare works with local health systems to identify innovative practice and share learning. Information briefs are a way of communicating early views of emerging practice. They are designed to raise interest and demonstrate good practice in the development of transformative change […]
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One of the ways we are sharing best practice is through local examples of commissioning innovations which show the philosophy behind NHS RightCare or showcases the tools available through the programme. You can take a look at these examples in our casebooks: Cumbria’s new persistent physical symptom management service – improving value for patients, the […]
Where to Look packs with 2017/18 data are now available to share. The packs cover the main NHS programme budgeting categories including cardiovascular disease, respiratory, mental health and cancer and are personalised for each clinical commissioning group (CCG) and Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP). As most health conditions are linked to demographic factors such as […]
The RightCare frailty scenario, Janet’s story, has been updated. Janet’s story uses a fictional person to examine a frailty care pathway, comparing a sub-optimal experience against an ideal, optimal pathway. The scenario considers the impact on the person, their family’s experience and the costs associated with care. This RightCare scenario supports the delivery of the […]
Community nursing provides invaluable care to people in their own homes or close to where they live, in GP practices, care homes and clinics across every village, town and city in the country. They also provide outreach services to those who may not have a secure home. Community nurses are an integral part of the […]
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The community nursing plan has a rigorous governance structure in place to make sure that all potential policies are scrutinised by various groups to ensure that they will be as good as possible. The National Board for Community Nursing will lead the Community Nursing Programme and set the strategic direction and monitor the deliverables of […]
The perspective of the individual is pivotal Consider spread and adoption from the perspective of the individual in the system – this may include patients, carers, and staff – and what the impact of the innovation might be on them. What does the innovation mean to these individuals? What will these individuals gain and what […]
Where you can make a positive impact towards net zero AHPs and their teams should reduce the environmental impact of equipment and resources by: Considering the ‘5 Rs’ questions, in order of priority, when selecting equipment for equipment contract catalogues: ’Reduce, Reuse, Reprocessed, Renewable, Recycle’ Where possible, actively involving themselves in the tendering for equipment […]