Scottish Health Awards 2014 – Winners announced

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Our congratulations go out to the Frail Older Person’s Pathway Team at Crosshouse Hospital, named overall winners of the Integrated Care for Older People award, sponsored by the Joint Improvement Partnership Board. The award dinner was held at the Corn Exchange in Edinburgh alongside Alex Neil MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing at the Scottish Government. Professor Jim […]

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Older People’s Outcomes Framework

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Optimising Older People’s Quality of Life NHS Health Scotland has developed an Outcomes Framework for Older People, working with the Scottish Government’s Reshaping Care policy team, Analytical Services, the Joint Improvement Team and local partnerships. The work is closely linked to the ‘Stitch in Time’ project led by Evaluation Support Scotland on the third sector […]

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JIT’s Top Ten Supports for Integrated Care

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The JIT has identified ten specific improvement supports that it will deliver to help partnerships to build local capacity and capability for adaptive change and improvement in the design and delivery of integrated care These have been agreed by the JIPB and endorsed by the Health and Social Care Management Board, Ministerial Strategic Group for […]

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Integration Remote Event Reaches Stakeholders Across Scotland

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JIT’s recent remote learning event on integration of health and social care took place at 11 videoconference sites across Scotland, from Shetland to the Borders.  This was run in partnership with NES/RRHEAL, SSSC and The Alliance. The event aimed to capture key messages from the major conference in Edinburgh ‘Integrating for Better Outcomes’, in June […]

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