Commissioning high quality care for people with long term conditions – an action research study – Nuffield Trust – March 2013

Posted on March 5, 2013. Filed under: Chronic Disease Mgmt | Tags: , |

Commissioning high quality care for people with long term conditions – an action research study – Nuffield Trust – March 2013

NHS Institute for Health Research funded work

“This project explores how services for people living with long-term conditions (e.g. asthma, diabetes and high blood pressure) can be planned, funded and put in place (commissioned) so that the quality of those services is as high as possible. The research takes as its starting point the fact that there is ample evidence about how, in theory, health services should be commissioned.  This study wishes to focus instead on the practical day-to-day experience of doctors, managers, user and carer representatives and others within primary care trusts who are responsible for working together to commission long-term condition services.”  … continues

Commissioning brief
Executive summary
Final report 
Protocol
Nuffield Trust Research Summary

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