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  1. Join the Primary Care Access Programme

    Access to primary care is one of the key issues facing our health system.  The Primary Care Improvement Portfolio have worked closely with stakeholders redesigning the improvement support offer to primary care services with a focus on access to care.  The Primary Care Access Programme supports primary care teams to identify the root cause of access issues, prioritise changes and use quality improvement methodology to test and embed changes to improve access to care.

  2. Supporting people with an intellectual/learning disability and advanced dementia moving into a care home

    People with a learning disability and advancing dementia may move into a care home because their needs have increased and can no longer be met in their own home. To support their move, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and the Care Inspectorate, in collaboration with key partners, have developed guidance to support care home staff and services as they support people with a learning disability and advancing dementia to move to a care home.

  3. Frailty 90 Day Learning Cycle Report - now available

    Our Frailty team has completed our 90-Day Learning Cycle which focused on answering the question “How can the ihub support the health and social care system to better understand their integrated approach to the delivery of frailty services?” The report from this 90 Day Learning Cycle presents findings which have established seven key components of an integrated frailty system across health social care and the independent and third sector. The report sets out the next steps for the ihub frailty improvement and implementation programme which will be launched later in 2022.