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Comprehensive Longitudinal Assessment of Salford Integrated Care (CLASSIC): a study of the implementation and effectiveness of a new model of care for long-term conditions
Project title: Comprehensive Longitudinal Assessment of Salford Integrated Care (CLASSIC): a study of the implementation and effectiveness of a new model of care for long-term conditions
Call to action: 12/130 12/130 Evaluating new models of care for people with longterm conditions
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Peter Bower
Lead Author: Professor Peter Bower
Contractor: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Co-investigators: Dr Peter Coventry, Dr Thomas Blakeman, Dr Waquas Waheed, Miss Christine Camacho, Professor Caroline Sanders, Professor David Reeves, Professor Iain Buchan, Professor John Ainsworth, Professor Karina Lovell, Professor Katherine Checkland, Professor Matthew Sutton, Professor Ruth Boaden, Professor Siobhan Reilly, Professor Stephen Campbell, Professor Suzanne Skevington.
Started: April 2014 | Status: Published September 2018
The Salford Integrated Care Programme had more rapid success in establishing new integrated structures than in delivering integrated mechanisms or in having a large impact on patient outcomes.
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