Urgent at-home care teams can significantly reduce emergency admissions, according to an evaluation of two-hour urgent community response services.
Urgent at-home care teams can significantly reduce emergency admissions, according to the first evaluation of two-hour urgent community response services.
Every £1 invested in community or primary care could provide a return of up to £14 into local economies.
The GP contract is not fit for purpose and needs radical reform to support salaried and partnership models of service provision.
The government’s current approach to funding preventative care services might be working against the NHS’s aims.
This joint HFMA and Grant Thornton UK LLP briefing focuses on improving the quality of data for mental health and community services
Costing has a major role to play in supporting the delivery of sustainable services across the NHS.