Horizon 2035: International responses to big picture challenges: a review of changing global models of care and the workforce of the future – Centre for Workforce Intelligence CFWI – May 2014

Posted on May 8, 2014. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning, Workforce | Tags: , , |

Horizon 2035: International responses to big picture challenges: a review of changing global models of care and the workforce of the future – Centre for Workforce Intelligence CFWI – May 2014

“The question we are addressing in this paper is: are there examples of models of care in other countries that are similar to the big picture challenges facing the health and care workforce in England, and therefore should be considered in plausible scenarios for Horizon 2035?

The report aims to provide short, digestible analysis of international examples which are clearly related to developments in health and care policy in England. It identifies various developments concerning six countries: Australia, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden and the USA – and relates these developments to the Big Picture Challenges identified by the CfWI Horizon Scanning team last year (http://www.cfwi.org.uk/our-work/horizon-scanning-big-picture-challenges) with suggestions on what the workforce implications of these are.”

 

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Now or Never: Shaping pharmacy for the future – Report of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s independent Commission into Future Models of Care – 5 November 2013

Posted on December 17, 2013. Filed under: Pharmacy | Tags: , |

Now or Never: Shaping pharmacy for the future – Report of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s independent Commission into Future Models of Care – 5 November 2013

 

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Securing the future of general practice: new models of primary care – The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust – 18 July 2013

Posted on July 24, 2013. Filed under: General Practice, Primary Hlth Care | Tags: , , |

Securing the future of general practice: new models of primary care – The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust – 18 July 2013

“This report from the Nuffield Trust and The King’s Fund examines the new GP organisations forming to allow care provision at greater scale.”

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Results of the models of care survey: A snapshot of how models of care have been implemented in Western Australia – November 2012

Posted on November 20, 2012. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: |

Department of Health, Western Australia. Results of the models of care survey: A snapshot of how models of care have been implemented in Western Australia. Perth: Health Networks Branch; 2012.

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Transforming the delivery of health and social care. The case for fundamental change – King’s Fund – 6 September 2012

Posted on September 7, 2012. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , , |

Transforming the delivery of health and social care. The case for fundamental change – King’s Fund – 6 September 2012

“Summary

The UK has the second highest rate of mortality amenable to health care among 16 high-income countries, and evidence shows that variations in health outcomes between social groups are widening. This paper (the first in a series on the future of health and social care in England) explores how the current health and social care delivery system has failed to keep pace with the population’s needs and expectations. It argues that incremental changes to existing models of care will not be sufficient in addressing these challenges and that a much bolder approach is needed to bring about innovative models that are appropriate to the needs of the population and are high quality, sustainable and offer value for money.”

Blog entry from Chris Ham of The King’s Fund.

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