Centre for Healthcare Innovation Research will present the evaluation findings during the pilot implementation of Proactive Care Framework

About this event

In 2020, UCLPartners (UCLP) developed a series of Proactive Care Frameworks (PCF), combined with implementation support, to help people who are living with long term conditions (LTC) stay well. The frameworks are currently covering six conditions: Hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, Cholesterol, Atrial Fibrillation; Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. They are underpinned by the following key principles: risk stratification and prioritisation to support treatment optimisation and help manage clinician workload; use of the wider workforce and digital resources to support a step change in self-management, remote care, and personalisation of care.

Since January 2021, a first wave of four official national pilot sites supported by three Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) across England has been underway in implementing the frameworks. A wider group of AHSNs were also involved in the roll-out, though on a more ad-hoc basis and driven by local interest.

The Centre for Healthcare Innovation Research (CHIR) at City, University of London was commissioned to evaluate the pilot implementation of PCF in the four national pilot sites and two further sites across England with the aim to derive implementation learning to inform the wider roll-out of PCF in the future.