NHS England definition of a Multi-Speciality Community Provider


Multi-Speciality Community Provider


Fully integrated provider of out-of-hours care with a clear and robust governance structure, and its own organisational capability.

Built around the registered list, focused on population health and self care, to enable greater scale and scope of services that dissolve traditional boundaries between primary and secondary care.

Making the most of digital technologies, with joined-up electronic health recrods for its registered population, risk stratification and patient population segmentation, and targeted services for different groups of patients.

New skills and roles for expanded multi-disciplinary community-based teams, including for example pharmacists, social workers and nurse leaders.

Based on population sizes of at least 30,000 - 50,000.

Responsibility for managing new capitated contracts for population health and care.

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