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Now What?

Now What?

Now What?
  • The evidence of peer support, the benefits for people living with HIV, for the NHS and social care, and for the system are clear. We now need action to ensure peer support services in HIV are retained, and those at risk of closure, safeguarded
  • Government should send clear signals to local government and health services about the value of Peer to Peer support in sustainably improving outcomes ...
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REALISING THE VALUE - PUBLICATIONS

What the system can do: The role of national bodies in realising the value of people and communities in health and care

What the system can do: The role of national bodies in realising the value of people and communities in health and care

It is welcome that national policies, including the NHS Five Year Forward View, increasingly recognise that to improve health and the quality of care, people and communities should be active in co-creating health and wellbeing with the formal services and the staff who support them, not passive recipients of care or services. Evidence is growing that more person- and community-centred approaches to promoting health and providing care will lead ...
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Impact and cost: Economic modelling tool for commissioners

Impact and cost: Economic modelling tool for commissioners

The Realising the Value programme has developed an economic modelling tool to help commissioners evaluate the potential impact of investing in person- and community-centred approaches. The economic modelling undertaken by the Realising the Value programme and detailed in the summary report suggests that implementing person- and community-centred approaches at scale has the potential to contribute to efforts to slow the demand pressures on the system and may yield efficiency ...
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New approaches to value in health and care

New approaches to value in health and care

Why do we need new approaches to value in health and care? The NHS has set new directions for itself. Its ‘new care models’, with new purposes (population health), new ways of working with communities and new cultures of care (engagement and empowerment) need new frameworks and measures for the value they are seeking to achieve. This means starting now to develop better measures that will be capable, in ...
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