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Emergency and episodic care

How will population-tailored services impact on the commissioning of emergency and episodic care?

Integrated population care

Sir David Sloman, Chief Executive of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and Professor Mike Morgan, National Clinical Director Respiratory, NHS England, direct their comments to how integrated population health-focused care might cause a re-examination of how professionals do their jobs.

Population-tailored services

Sir David Sloman, Chief Executive of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and Professor Mike Morgan, National Clinical Director Respiratory, NHS England, lend their perspectives to how population-tailored services will affect choices.

Modern Innovative Solutions in Improving Outcomes (MISSION) in Asthma, Breathlessness and COPD

MISSION was a novel project to improve the assessment and care of respiratory health, piloted in Wessex. MISSION Asthma used a series of carousel-style rapid-access clinics…

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Nine steps to good asthma care

Given the volume of the primary care population with suspected or confirmed asthma, how do we know if limited resources are being provided to those who need it most?

The Lambeth and Southwark Integrated Respiratory team…

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10 top tips for CCGs

For CCGs wanting to deliver high-value respiratory care, the London Respiratory Network has prepared this list of the 10 top actions you could take…

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The National Review of Asthma Deaths (NRAD)

Avoidable factors play a part in up to three-quarters of cases of asthma death.

The aim of The National Review of Asthma Deaths was to understand the circumstances surrounding asthma deaths in the UK, so as to identify avoidable factors and make recommendations to improve care and reduce the number of deaths.

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