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Systematic Reviews

, 5:167

First Online: 01 October 2016Received: 30 June 2016Accepted: 20 September 2016DOI: 10.1186-s13643-016-0346-x

Cite this article as: Turner, A., Mulla, A., Booth, A. et al. Syst Rev 2016 5: 167. doi:10.1186-s13643-016-0346-x

Abstract

BackgroundNHS England’s Five Year Forward View NHS England, Five Year Forward View, 2014 formally introduced a strategy for new models of care driven by simultaneous pressures to contain costs, improve care and deliver services closer to home through integrated models. This synthesis focuses on a multispecialty community provider MCP model. This new model of care seeks to overcome the limitations in current models of care, often based around single condition-focused pathways, in contrast to patient-focused delivery Royal College of General Practitioners, The 2022 GP: compendium of evidence, 2012 which offers greater continuity of care in recognition of complex needs and multimorbidity.

MethodsThe synthesis, an innovative combination of best fit framework synthesis and realist synthesis, will develop a -blueprint- which articulates how and why MCP models work, to inform design of future iterations of the MCP model. A systematic search will be conducted to identify research and practice-derived evidence to achieve a balance that captures the historical legacy of MCP models but focuses on contemporary evidence. Sources will include bibliographic databases including MEDLINE, PreMEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, HMIC and Cochrane Library; and grey literature sources. The Best Fit synthesis methodology will be combined with a synthesis following realist principles which are particularly suited to exploring what works, when, for whom and in what circumstances.

DiscussionThe aim of this synthesis is to provide decision makers in health and social care with a practical evidence base relating to the multispecialty community provider MCP model of care.

Systematic review registrationPROSPERO CRD42016039552.

KeywordsPrimary health care Innovation, organizational Community health services Integrated health care AbbreviationsCIMOContext, interventions, mechanisms, outcomes

MCPMultispecialty community provider

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Author: Alison Turner - Abeda Mulla - Andrew Booth - Shiona Aldridge - Sharon Stevens - Fraser Battye - Peter Spilsbury

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