Increasing patient needs, aging populations, pressure on NHS budgets, and a shortage of key skills mean the role of Primary Care is changing. Today, most localities expect GP-led services to play a big role in local care systems.
And as more activity is delivered in community and integrated care settings, this expectation will only increase.
Primary Care providers will need to find ingenious ways to adapt to these demands and continue to provide high quality, safe and sustainable care. To request a demo, please contact us.
the increase in patient numbers per GP between 2015-2018.2
2. A worrying cycle of pressure for GPs in deprived areas, The Health Foundation, May 2019
said adopting new technology has had a positive impact on their workforce, as well as improving patient outcomes.3
3. Value-based care: A more human approach to healthcare, PA Consulting, November 2018
While the Covid-19 pandemic brought monumental changes to Primary Care, services still faces long-term challenges such as an aging population, workforce shortage and increasing patient needs.
Empowering GP practices to transform primary care through analytics, we helped under pressure Southampton Primary Care create a new workforce model that it could scale across all 28 practices, 2,000 staff and a service population of 280,000.