Co-ordinated Care

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Making Sense of Co-ordinated Care

This guide, produced in early 2019, draws together previous work and presents the latest insight and information on co-ordinated care. Each section is designed to be a standalone summary of a key aspect of co-ordinating care. A key concept of the guide is an attempt to move away from focusing on one specific role and towards focusing on the overall competencies required for all roles that involve care co-ordination and navigation.

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.