‘Vanguards’ to test ideas for radical redesign of NHS

Berry, Lisa
April 2015
Nursing Older People;Apr2015, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p6
Academic Journal
The article reports the vanguard sites in England that will test in practice the overarching ideas of the National Health Service (NHS) England. It states that the sties will test three models, including enhanced health in care homes, care and rehabilitation services, and multispecialty providers. It mentions that the sites will support radical care of front line nurses, doctors, and staff.


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