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Interestingly, the latest DTOC data isn’t heading in wrong direction

Interestingly, the latest DTOC data isn’t heading in wrong…

Despite record emergency admissions, delayed transfers of care improved by 3.3% in November

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IMPOWER’s Heroes of Christmas: 19 December

IMPOWER’s Heroes of Christmas: 19 December

Our alternative advent calendar celebrates the people or teams who have inspired us this year. James is the driving force…

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Six insights from the interface between Health and Social Care

Six insights from the interface between Health and Social…

Anna Littlewood, Associate Over the last few years, I have worked for a large consulting firm,  and taken a senior…

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A DTOC standstill – is a winter crisis looming?

A DTOC standstill – is a winter crisis looming?

The increase in the number of Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) has finally come to a halt – just in…

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IMPOWER’s Heroes of Christmas: 5 December

IMPOWER’s Heroes of Christmas: 5 December

Our alternative advent calendar celebrates the people or teams who have inspired us this year

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Health and care integration – eating the elephant

Health and care integration – eating the elephant

It is well documented that demand for health and care services in the UK is continuing to rise year on…

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Top 10 most productive councils in England: 2018

Top 10 most productive councils in England: 2018

Which councils are spending their money most effectively and getting the best outcomes for…

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5 tips for getting the most from Technology Enabled Care

5 tips for getting the most from Technology Enabled Care

This blogpost was co-authored by Hannah Gordon and Josepha Reynolds. Technology Enabled Care (TEC) has long been touted as something…

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DTOC rates are rising again – five questions you need to start asking

DTOC rates are rising again – five questions you need to…

Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) rates rose by 2.38% overall between August and September – the fourth consecutive monthly rise,…

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Another sticking plaster for DTOC?

Another sticking plaster for DTOC?

According to the latest monthly figures from NHS England, Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) rates in August rose by 4.5%…

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Integrated care: 5 things I learned last week

Integrated care: 5 things I learned last week

At an event I attended last week, the King’s Fund released their findings on the development of Integrated Care Systems…

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DTOC progress stalls again, but the pressure is on

DTOC progress stalls again, but the pressure is on

Progress on Delayed Transfers of Care (DTOC) from hospitals continued to stall between June and July, according to the latest…

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