National evaluation of the Department of Health's integrated care pilots: appendices

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Demands on health and social care are changing in scope and scale as the population ages, new treatments become available, and public expectations change. Improving interventions through integrated care has been identified as one way of effectively addressing these changing needs. The Department of Health established a 2-year programme of Integrated Care Pilots (ICP) that aimed to explore different ways of providing health and social care services to drive improvements in care and wellbeing. A total of 16 initiatives across England were selected to participate in the DH ICP programme. This document provides the appendices for the final report of the evaluation of the 16 ICPs, which is published as a separate document. It includes the following appendices: A Study protocol; B Quantitative methods; C Patient-service user questionnaire; D Staff questionnaire; E Template for collecting cost data from sites; F Summary of local metrics; G Overview of Integrated care pilot sites; H Detailed results of patient and staff surveys; and I Site costs.

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integrated services, social care provision, costs, evaluation, health care;
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