Although brief (20 pages) the report is an excellent source for references (3 pages) that includes
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As we try to integrate words and actions we need to remember
how we dice and slice influences the scope of integration.
We'll explore this more soon.
Nick Goodwin, Judith Smith, Alisha Davies, Claire Perry, Rebecca Rosen, Anna Dixon, Jennifer Dixon, Chris Ham Integrated care for patients and populations: Improving outcomes by working together. Report to the Department of Health and NHS Future Forum from The King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust