Long Term Condition scenarios

Dementia

In this scenario – using a fictional patient, Tom – we examine a dementia care pathway, comparing a sub-optimal but not atypical scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care, to the commissioner and the impact on the person and their family’s outcomes and experience.

The scenario is available as a full narrative and two summary slide packs are also included as appendices.

Osteoporosis

In this scenario – using a fictional patient – Susan – we examine an Osteoporosis care pathway, comparing a sub-optimal but typical scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care to commissioners and describe the impact of sub-optimal care and ideal care on the outcomes and experience of ‘Susan’.

This scenario has been developed in partnership with the National Osteoporosis Society and is available as a full narrative document and two summary slide packs.

Wound care

In this scenario – using a fictional patient, Betty – we examine a wound care pathway, comparing a sub-optimal but typical scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care, both financial to the commissioner but also the impact on the person and their family’s outcomes and experience.

The scenario is available as a full narrative document and two summary slide packs:

Frailty

In this scenario – using a fictional patient, Janet – we examine a frailty care pathway, comparing a sub-optimal but typical scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care, both financial to the commissioner but also the impact on the person and their family’s outcomes and experience.

The scenario is available as a full narrative document and two summary slide packs:

Diabetes

In this original scenario – using a fictional patient, Paul Adams – we examine a diabetes pathway, comparing a sub-optimal but typical scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care, both financial to the commissioner but also the impact on the person and their family’s outcomes and experience.

The scenario is available as a full narrative document and a summary slide pack: