Integration and the shift in health and social care

This paper reveals how integration of the fields of health and social care will require organisations to break down traditional barriers in how care is provided. | Skills for Health

Long-term chronic conditions and preventable illnesses such as diabetes are on the rise and can require multiple interventions from a complex range of organisations.

These population changes mean that health and social care providers must work together to pool their skills, knowledge and resources to increase efficiency and quality of care, delivering a system of health and social care shaped around the needs of the patient.

This working paper details how workforce development plays a crucial role in successful integration.

 

‘Integration and the Development of the Workforce’  is available to download from Skills for Health

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