Early evaluation of the Integrated Care and Support Pioneers Programme: Final report

Document type
Report
Author(s)
Erens, Bob; Wistow, Gerald; Mounier-Jack, Sandra
Publisher
Policy Innovation Research Unit
Date of publication
4 April 2016
Subject(s)
Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Health Services, Social Policy
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The Integrated Care and Support Pioneer programme was initiated nationally to improve the quality and effectiveness of care for those who need support from different parts of the NHS.

It is distinctive compared with previous integrated care initiatives in adopting a definition of integrated care that is user-centred, and endorsed by national agencies forming the Integrated Care and Support Collaborative.

Over a period of at least five years, the Pioneers are being given access to in-kind expertise and support from the national partners and international experts. Only minimal additional funding was provided initially (£20,000), with an additional £90,000 made available to each first wave Pioneer in June 2014.

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