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Patient-initiated follow-up: will it free up capacity in outpatient care?

Report 04/08/2022Sarah Reed | Nadia Crellin

With the number of outpatient hospital appointments in England recently as high as 125 million per year and a huge elective care backlog following the Covid-19 pandemic, patient-initiated follow-up on outpatient appointments has been touted as a potential solution in appropriate cases. But can it fr...

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What is rapid research and why is it relevant for health care?

Blog post 13/03/2019Dr Cecilia Vindrola-Padros

Changing climates and priorities in health care require fast, actionable findings. Dr Cecilia Vindrola-Padros explores what rapid research is, and why these shorter study timeframes are increasingly relevant.

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Nuffield Trust and UCL come together to rapidly evaluate new ways of care

Announcement 06/06/2018

The Rapid Service Evaluation Team (RSET) will evaluate new ways of providing and organising care.

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Timeline of integrated care policies in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Page 08/12/1949

To understand the policy goals of, and approaches to, integrated care reform across the four countries of the UK, we have mapped key policy documents and legislation in each country published since devolution in 1999.

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