Person-Centred Coordinated Care

Person-Centred Coordinated Care (PCCC) is perceived as a way of achieving better outcomes for patients and improved efficiency for health and care economies.

We have collaborated with the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care South West Peninsula (PEN CLAHRC) to develop a consistent evaluation framework for PCCC. Current projects include:

Test and Learn (T&L) is an approach to complex care that encourages iterative development and learning. The overall aims of T&L are to improve person centred coordinated care, patients’ health outcomes and abilities to self-manage and how effectively health care organisations manage their limited resources.

The Somerset Practice Quality Scheme (SPQS) is a pilot that looks at a new approach to commissioning primary care in Somerset. SPQS arose because GPs, the Clinical Commissioning Group and the Local Medical Committee felt that the existing approach was not incentivising the highest value clinical behaviour.

Integrated Care Exeter (ICE) is a programme of work that aims to help people live their lives well and promotes joint working across sectors to improve community and individual resilience and wellbeing.

For these projects we, with the PEN CLAHRC, are conducting mixed methods, action evaluations, with exploration of key implementation processes and issues.

For more information  please contact a member of the Intelligence Team: