Co-ordinated Care

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Co-ordinated Care - Our Forward View

The Co-ordinated Care model provides an evidence based approach to assist the growth and development of the concept of co-oordinated care across the region.

It provides guidance on key principles of co-ordinated care and outlines some simple tools and training that can help stakeholders assess, review and prioritise practical actions that can lead to effective strategies for establishing and embedding co-ordinated care across health and social care.

Report from Test Sites

Four test sites were developed to understand if the co-ordinated care model was fit for purpose. The four sites were chosen for their diversity in co-ordinated care activities. The sites vary in their scope and stages of implementation, from early changes to initiatives at-scale. When taken together, these examples offer an insight into the effectiveness of the co-ordinated care model.

Co-ordinated Care Training Guide  

The purpose of this document is to provide a co-ordinated care training toolkit which acts as an overarching guide to the key principles of co-ordinated care.

Curriculum Mapping of Co-ordinated Care Competencies

To be avaiable soon.

Care Navigation - a Competency Framework

Effective navigation is important in providing co-ordinated person-centred care and support. Care navigators can occupy many roles. Health Education England has developed a three-tiered competency framework, which describes the core competencies for people providing care navigation across a wide range of health, social and voluntary care sectors.