Universal Personalised Care: Implementing the Comprehensive Model

Universal Personalised Care: Implementing the Comprehensive Model

Author: NHS England

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Going into more detail around Personalised Care from the Long Term Plan, this document outlines the six core components of personalised care and the 21 actions to implement this.

For many years the NHS has talked about the need to shift towards a more personalised approach to health and care so that people have the same choice and control over their mental and physical health that they have come to expect in every other part of their life. And as local health and care organisations work together more closely than ever before, they are recognising the power of individuals as the best integrators of their own care. This document sets out how the NHS Long Term Plan commitments for personalised care will be delivered. It introduces the comprehensive model for personalised care, comprising six, evidence-based standard components, intended to improve health and wellbeing outcomes and quality of care, whilst also enhancing value for money. Implementation will be guided by delivery partnerships with local government, the voluntary and community sector and people with lived experience.

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