This page is a printable version of: https://www.barkingdagenhamccg.nhs.uk/Our-work/improving-intermediate-care-services.htm
Date: 30 July 2021
Intermediate care means services that help people get better quicker without needing to go to hospital, and that also help get people out of hospital and back home - sometimes after a stay in a community rehabilitation unit.
We have introduced two new home-based intermediate care services:
From July - October 2014 we ran a consultation asking people what they thought about the changes we wanted to make about intermediate care services. Read the consultation document ‘Making intermediate care better’ Read the consultation report analysing the responses to the consultation. In December 2014, the CCGs’ governing bodies agreed the model of intermediate care, and this has now been implemented.
Bed modelling update - how we worked out how many community rehabilitation beds we would need (December 2014).
Bed Modelling - find out more about how we worked out how many community rehabilitation beds we would need.
Decision-making business case – this sets out the proposed future model and configuration of intermediate care services
Pre-consultation business case - this details the progress made to improve and develop intermediate care services and provides evidence of the case for making changes to services.
CCG Governing Body papers – includes the pre-consultation business case for introducing a new model of intermediate care (July 2014)
CCG Governing Body papers– gives an update on the progress of developing a new model of intermediate care (January 2014)
NELFT leaflet on CTT - explains how the new community treatment team works
Reports from Healthwatch workshops - Healthwatch held a workshop with the CCG in December 2013 to discuss the new CTT and IRS services, and reported on that discussion
National Audit of Intermediate Care report (2014) - provides an overview of intermediate care commissioning and provision in England.
National Audit of Intermediate Care report (2013) - provides an overview of intermediate care commissioning and provision in England
Integrated Care Coalition – the case for change - gives an overview of current services and explains how services could be improved (2012)