Financial model for Integrated Urgent Care – opportunity for support to your locality

We have developed a financial model for the Integrated Urgent Care Team at NHS England that focuses on the NHS 111 and OOH ‘front end’ to an integrated urgent care system (but also looks at the cost of onward referrals to other services). This is proving to be an invaluable tool for both commissioners and providers. It is now available to use and NHS England have already supported 12 sites around the Country to work with us at the Primary care Foundation to implement the model and explore what it might mean for transforming local integrated urgent care. If you are interested in support to help you and your partners across an urgent care network to set up and work through the model with PCF’s Henry Clay who developed the model, please contact Henry on  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To access a full article by Henry Clay on ‘Integrated Urgent Care – how to make NHS 111 work’ please click the link HERE

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The Primary Care Foundation supports the development of best practice in primary and urgent care. We apply our work shaping national policy to support local change. We use information to create understanding, driving improvements in care, reducing unnecessary variation across organisations and between clinicians and developing practical tools for front-line staff in general practice and urgent care.