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Purpose – The research explored the way in which different services, providers and other key players work together in housing with care (HWC) schemes and the impact of this on the quality of life of the older people living in them, especially those with high support needs. Methods – This...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the potential for service integration by focusing at the level of the individual rather than through structural integration or care coordination. The paper illustrates the potential for integration through the experience of the personal health...
Purpose – The paper draws on the experience of the health and social care system in Herefordshire to answer what, when and how improvements in cost and quality can be realised through service integration. Design/methodology/approach – The three stages in the evolution of integrated health and...
Purpose – Policy has identified the need for integrated dementia services for older people. However, the role of the formal carer within an integrated framework of service delivery has not been well articulated in practice. The aim of this paper is to understand the experiences of formal carers...
Purpose – This paper reports research undertaken into the practices, processes and outcomes of joint commissioning at five English localities. This paper reflects on the implications of this study for the practice of joint commissioning. Design/methodology/approach – A case study approach to the...
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