Evaluating new models of health care

The NHS is encouraging greater innovation in the way care is delivered, particularly for people with multiple or long-term conditions. The Nuffield Trust has considerable experience and a reputation for conducting detailed evaluative work of these new models of care. We collect together our recent evaluations here.

Spotlight

Published: 07/02/2017

Advancing rapid evaluation: challenges and opportunities 29/01/2019 • 09.15–16.30Charles Tallack | Fraser Battye | Jo Ellins | Adam Steventon | Professor Judith Smith | Dr. Ron Agble

Conference/seminar

The Nuffield Trust in collaboration with three national Rapid Evaluation Centres – RSET, BRACE and the Improvement Analytics Unit - held a...

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RSET: The rapid service evaluation team 06/06/2018

Project

Rapid evaluations of new ways of providing care.

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Harnessing social action to support older people 14/10/2016Theo Georghiou | Cono Ariti | Dr Miranda Davies | Sandeepa Arora | Dr Tazeem Bhatia | Dr Martin Bardsley | Ruth Thorlby

Report

In this research report we present the findings of our evaluation of seven social action projects supported by the Reducing Winter Pressures...

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The impact of the Marie Curie Nursing Service on place of death and hospital use at the end of life 14/11/2012Adam Steventon | Dr Martin Bardsley | Theo Georghiou | Xavier Chitnis

Report

This study examines whether the home-based nursing service provided by Marie Curie Cancer Care helps more people to die at home, and reduces...

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Evaluating integrated and community-based care: how do we know what works? 26/06/2013Dr Martin Bardsley | Adam Steventon | Professor Judith Smith | Dr Jennifer Dixon CBE

Report

The Nuffield Trust has undertaken evaluations of over 30 community-based interventions designed to reduce emergency hospital admissions. Thi...

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Effect of the British Red Cross ‘Support at Home’ service on hospital utilisation 21/11/2014Adam Steventon | Theo Georghiou

Report

This research evaluates the impact on hospital use and costs of a British Red Cross programme

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ISBN: 978-1-905030-82-8

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Evaluation of the first year of the Inner North West London Integrated Care Pilot 17/05/2013Dr Martin Bardsley | Professor Judith Smith | Josip Car

Report

This report outlines the findings of our evaluation of the Inner North West London Integrated Care Pilot, which aimed to develop new forms o...

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ISBN: 978-1-905030-65-1

An evaluation of the impact of community-based interventions on hospital use 10/03/2011Adam Steventon | Dr Martin Bardsley | Professor John Billings | Theo Georghiou | Dr Geraint Lewis

Report

This report presents the findings of a project to evaluate the impact that a small set of community based interventions had on the rates of...

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The impact of telehealth on use of hospital care and mortality 22/06/2012Adam Steventon | Dr Martin Bardsley

Report

This report evaluates the impact of telehealth on hospital use and mortality from the Department of Health’s Whole System Demonstrator pil...

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