An NHS workforce for integrated care
Kate Laycock and Maisie Borrows, Researchers at Reform, wrote an interactive blog, following the launch of Reform‘s report, Getting into shape: delivering a workforce for integrated care.
A workforce designed to deliver integrated care based in the community where possible would improve user experience and deliver better value for money. A primary factor driving future demand for healthcare is the increase in the average age of the population. The changing composition of the population has implications for the amount and type of healthcare that is required. Older people are more likely to have multiple, complex and long-term health conditions. Such individuals are best served by integrated care.
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