As health and care economies start to plan how they will deliver against the commitments in the NHS Long Term Plan for England, it's a good time to reflect on how the thinking and learning from the Five Year Forward View might be taken forward. Notably, the New Care Models programme, which set out a series of different models of care.
We've blogged previously about the evidence review we were commissioned to deliver by the National Institute for Health Research's Health Services and Delivery Research programme. Ours was one of five reviews funded - we looked specifically at the Multispecialty Community Provider model, which focused on an enhanced role for primary care. We're busy writing up papers but in the meantime, you can read our full report here.
Since completing our report, we've been working closely with the project leads of the other four evidence reviews funded to collate and share our findings. We've prepared a high level summary of the five reviews, available to download here, to provide a quick view of the headline messages.
The full reports are available as follows:
- Hanratty B, Brittain K, Wilson P, Craig D, Vines J & Spilsbury K. Innovation to enhance health in care homes: Rapid evidence synthesis. Health Serv Deliv Res (awaiting publication)
- Baxter S, Booth A, Johnson M, Chambers D, Sutton A & Goyder E. Understanding new models of care in local contexts: a systematic review using frameworks to examine pathways of change, applicability, and generalisability of the international research evidence. Health Serv Deliv Res 2018;6(29)
- Turner A, Mulla A, Booth A, Aldridge S, Stevens S, Begum M & Malik A. The international knowledge base for new care models relevant to primary care-led integrated models: a realist synthesis. Health Serv Deliv Res 2018;6(25)
- Bunn F, Rait G, Hodgkinson I, Durand M, Millac P, Goodman C, Manthorpe J & Wilson P. Supporting shared decision making for older people with multiple health and social care needs: a realist synthesis to inform emerging models of health and social care. Health Serv Deliv Res 2018:6(28)
- Sheaff R, Brand SL, Lloyd H, Wanner A, Fornasiero M, Briscoe S, Valderas JM, Byng R, Pearson M. From programme theory to logic models for multispecialty community providers: a realist evidence synthesis. Health Serv Deliv Res 2018;6(24)
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