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Brunelcare rises to the challenge of health and social care integration

Not-for-profit social care provider Brunelcare has published a study report on integration of health and social care sub-headed Rising to the challenge.ntegration published in February.

In gathering ‘best-practice’ evidence for the report, the group focused on two specific elements of Brunelcare’s performanc how they help reduce hospital admissions and (2) reducing delays to transfer of care from hospital to other settings.

Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings of Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings of

In gathering ‘best-practice’ evidence for the report, the group focused on two specific elements of Brunelcare’s performanc how they help reduce hospital admissions and (2) reducing delays to transfer of care from hospital to other settings.

Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings of Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings.

In gathering ‘best-practice’ evidence for the report, the group focused on two specific elements of Brunelcare’s performanc how they help reduce hospital admissions and (2) reducing delays to transfer of care from hospital to other settings.

Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings of Sandra Payne, Brunelcare’s head of clinical excellence said the charity’s report acknowledges and agrees with the key findings.

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