Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) supporting patient flow — summary and case studies


This resource provides an evaluation from the first two cohorts of the AHPs supporting flow collaborative. It summarises key outcomes and presents case studies demonstrating the impact AHPs have on patient flow.

The collaborative aims to enable AHPs to lead improvement work across multiple disciplines and agencies, bringing a new perspective and focus to delivering solutions. Participants also had the opportunity to develop transferable skills in quality improvement.

This resource demonstrates the value and impact AHPs have on patient flow and shows examples of how trusts have staged interventions to reduce avoidable hospital admissions, patient length of stay and promote a home first approach.

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