Evidence suggests that as little as 20% of health outcomes are attributable to the quality of clinical care. By far the most important influence on our health and wellbeing are socioeconomic factors – which account for 40% of all influence. Social prescribing is a way of linking primary care patients to sources of appropriate, non-clinical support in the community (Kinsella, 2015). Innovation Unit invites you to a webinar that explores how three different models of social prescribing work in practice to reduce demand on primary and secondary health and care services.
The webinar will be an opportunity for you to learn from others in the field about the experience of implementing and sustaining social prescribing services. You will learn about:
• the cohort of patients that these approaches can have the biggest impact on
• different approaches to evaluation and data collection
• business models for ensuring the ongoing sustainability of these projects
By participating, you will listen to the discussion and be able to submit questions to our panelists. They are experts in asset based care from Bromley-by- Bow Centre, Wigan Community Link Workers and Ways to Wellness.
Find out more and sign up at: http://eepurl.com/b0_-RT