Enabling health services to increase value, with evidence-based patient insight at system, place and neighbourhood level.
Integrated care aims to prevent disjointed care by removing the traditional divisions between hospitals, family doctors, physical and mental health, NHS and council services.
In order to do this, health and social care decision makers need evidence-based population and patient insight at system, place and neighbourhood level to “show how it uses public involvement and insight to inform decision-making”.
The recently-published Statutory Guidance Working in Partnership with People and Communities** emphasises the need for local communities to be involved in identifying what matters to the population and for the patient voice to be an integral part of decision making.
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The local population with patient feedback and recommendations on integrated care services.
Health inequalities, variations in quality of care, issues which matter most to patients at a Place, Neighbourhood and System level. What is working and what isn’t on a pathway.
The success of your interventions in real time and ensure you are measuring the right things. The burden of treatment as well as the health service cost.
To others that you are meeting the needs of the population and optimising value.
“Knowledge is key to the successful delivery of value-based healthcare in integrated systems… not only knowledge from research, the evidence and knowledge from statistical analysis but knowledge from the citizens’ own words, in order to make the right decisions.”