Welcome to the official website of the CCM Demonstrator Programme.
Sharing the Learning, Sharing the Evidence
The CCM Demonstrator Programme has external weblinks with the Welsh Assembly Government , Wikipedia , ABMU , NLIAH and the Health Of Wales Information Service (HOWIS) . The sites contain information regarding the Demonstrator Programme and are frequently updated to reflect the ...
To help deliver and drive improvements across Wales in an action centred way, three National Service Improvement Demonstrator Projects were established to with an aim to provide and test a sustainable, affordable generic CCM service model, that supports people's needs locally and promotes independent living wit ...
The majority of CCM Demonstrator work was split across four work streams:
Work stream 1. Strengthening integrated community service planning and delivery - This work-stream had a focus on developing partnership working to support integrated cross-organisation, community service planning and care delivery.
There were key benefits of carrying out a 'Demonstrator' approach to advanced learning and early testing:
Local Demonstrators provided accelerated learning though key products and acted as a catalyst.
Lessons learnt, evidence and costs to be passed on ...
Both international and more local evidence indicates that delivering better chronic conditions management will result in a range of benefits. Focusing on prevention, early intervention and appropriate care and support in the community, improved chronic conditions management will provide considerable long term benefits in ...