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Author Alakeson, Vidhya, author.

Title Delivering personal health budgets : a guide to policy and practice / Vidhya Alakeson.

Published Chicago, Illinois : Policy Press, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Delivering personal health budgets; Contents; List of tables and figures; Tables; Figures; Acknowledgements; Prologue; Introduction; A note on terminology; Section 1; 1. Personalisation across public services; From personalisation to open public services; Personalisation and public service integration; 2. What is a personal health budget? The basics explained; Personal health budgets and a patient-led NHS; 3. The development of personalisation: from direct payments to personal health budgets; Independent living and direct payments; Personalisation as policy.
Putting People First and the mainstreaming of personal budgetsFrom personal budgets in social care to personal health budgets; Lessons from social care; 4. Managing long-term conditions: the case for personal health budgets; Shared decision making in health; From shared decision making to co-production; 5. How well do personal health budgets work?; Patient-centred care; Service use and quality; Health and other outcomes; Cost-effectiveness; Section 2; 6. The personal health budget process; The seven-step personal health budget process; Agreeing a local framework for personal health budgets.
7. How to set a personal health budgetApproaches to allocating resources to personal health budgets; Resource allocation and Payment by Results; 8. Getting the most out of care planning; The care planning process; Information, advice and support; Signing off plans; 9. Managing and monitoring the money; The three money management options; Monitoring personal health budgets; Section 3; 10. Navigating the new landscape: personal health budgets and NHS reform; The new NHS landscape; Personal health budgets and commissioning.
11. Doctor does not know best: a changing role for clinical professionalsEvidence-based care and personal health budgets; Clinical quality; Managing risk; Financial sustainability; 12. Growing the market: bringing new providers into the NHS; Personal health budgets and provider innovation; Growing the market; Conclusion; Epilogue; References; Index.
Summary This book contains everything there is to know about the purpose and history of personal health budgets, the evidence for their effectiveness and the challenges they pose to traditional healthcare systems.
Other author JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Primary care (Medicine) -- England -- Finance.
Electronic books.
ISBN 1306407974 (electronic bk.)
9781306407977 (electronic bk.)
9781447308546 (electronic bk.)
1447308549 (electronic bk.)