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Community intervention integrated trial team begins operating

A trial team has started to work differently in the North Kerrier Primary Care Network where they have agreed to leave their lanyards at the door.
The team brings together a broad range of skills to work as 1 team to manage the needs of the local population and deliver a more community focussed offer.
Initially this team includes colleagues from Corcare’s STEPs service, HomeFirst, advanced nurse practitioners and adult social care. The team are getting to know each other and working together to:

  • test new ways of working focused on providing the right care, in the right place, at the right time
  • reduce the amount of duplication that exists between organisations and teams
  • deliver the urgent community response (UCR) targets: 2 hour urgent response and 2 day reablement response
  • enable a primary care network focused use of local resources to meet demand
  • develop a single performance framework to measure the impact of the test and trial phase

These steps will allow for a more person centred approach and improve the speed with which people are seen.

Added on 8 December 2020, in News - Embrace Care News

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