Integrated care leads to improved patient experience, because it means that all teams involved in the treatment of a patient work seamlessly together. To achieve this, secondary, community, and primary care services need to communicated and work effectively with social care, local authorities, and the voluntary sector. Integration may vary at different levels, and can be vertical or horizontal, depending on these levels.


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What do we know about designing and delivering care closer to home?


In this blog, Alison Turner looks at a set of guides aims to explore the challenges and benefits of designing and delivering care closer to home.

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