Long Term Conditions Resources

The HSJ Resource Centre contains an archive of case studies and articles focused on long term conditions, in areas such as: clinical conditions e.g. cardio, diabetes, COPD etc; community management; budget holding, including individual budgets; multidisciplinary working/multidisciplinary care and more.

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Roundtable: Getting the most out of medicines

A panel of experts explored how understanding what patients want out of medicines and redefining the concept of ‘value’ are at the heart of the growing challenge of medicines adherence

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Seven steps to supporting Primary Care Networks

System leaders wondering how best to support their primary care networks should take a population health management approach, argue health consultants Dr Simon Munk, Dr Steve Laitner and Toby Lambert.

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How to transform outpatient care

Innovative approaches are needed to efficiently deliver the main functions of outpatient care, write Ben Horner and Rishi Das-Gupta

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Acting on the insights of population health

To reap the potential benefits of patient data, ICS leadership should take measures to identify programmes of work and make population health mainstream, suggests Brian Waters

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Improving perioperative care

The importance of good perioperative care is being recognised across the NHS. For patients it can mean a safer operation, with fewer complications and a shorter stay in hospital, while for NHS organisations it can mean lower costs and less chance of becoming embroiled in litigation

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Pinpoint, predict, prevent: how population health management can make a difference

Population health management is causing us to change the way we work so that we intervene at a point at which we can influence what happens to people, writes Amanda Doyle

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Roundtable: Tackling rising cases of long-term conditions

An HSJ and Roche roundtable looked at how integrated care can drive a population management approach to long-term conditions