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- Uptake of 'NHS at Home' interventions during COVID-19
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The use of NHS@Home interventions as a means of patients better self-managing health and care at home has been a key part of NHS England’s response to the indirect impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This analysis aims to establish the breadth and depth of coverage - geographically and among the target populations. This will not be used in performance management, but rather as an initial assessment of uptake and usage of the services to inform modelling and help shape future analysis requirements. Further development on this project is on hold indefinitely.
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