What is a care value base?

The care value base is a range of standards for health and social care. It is designed to guide the practice of professionals working in this area. The overall aim of the standards is to improve clients’ quality of life, by ensuring that each person gets the care that is most appropriate for them as an individual.

What are the 7 principles of the care value base?

The principles of the care value base

  • 1) The promotion of anti-discriminatory practice.
  • 2) The promotion and support of dignity, independence and safety.
  • 3) Respect for, and acknowledgement of, personal beliefs and individual identity.
  • 4)The maintenance of confidentiality.
  • 7) The provision of personalised (individual) care.

What is the care value base UK?

The Care Value Base. The Principles of Care underpin the work of everyone in health, social care and early years services. The principles influence the working practices of care workers in providing quality care. The principles of care help to protect both clients and care workers.

What are the 6 care values?

Introduction. The 6Cs, which underpin the Compassion in Practice strategy, were developed as a way of articulating the values which need to underpin the culture and practise of organisations delivering care and support.

  • Background.
  • Care.
  • Compassion.
  • Competence.
  • Communication.
  • Courage.
  • Commitment.
  • What are the 7 principles of dignity?

    1 – Promoting effective communication and relation.

  • 2 – Promoting anti discriminatory practise.
  • 3 – Maintaining confidentiality of information.
  • 4 – Rights to dignity, independence, empowerment,
  • 5 – Acknowledging individuals beliefs and identity.
  • 6 – Protecting individuals from abuse.
  • 7 – Providing individualised care.
  • What are the six C’s in care?

    The 6Cs – care, compassion, courage, communication, commitment and competence – are the central set of values of the Compassion in Practice strategy, which was drawn up by NHS England Chief Nursing Officer Jane Cummings and launched in December 2012.

    How is value based healthcare used in the NHS?

    A stakeholder workshop informs the report with patients and leaders across the NHS and value sector. Value-based healthcare is the equitable, sustainable and transparent use of the available resources to achieve better outcomes and experiences for every person. Defining Value-based Healthcare in the NHS: CEBM report 4 Seven Key recommendations

    What are the core values of the NHS?

    NHS Core Values. 1 Respect and dignity. We value each person as an individual, respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their 2 Commitment to quality of care. 3 Compassion. 4 Improving lives. 5 Working together for patients.

    What does value based care mean for Medicare?

    Value-based healthcare (sometimes called “accountable care”) is all about offering quality care rather than seeing the highest quantity of patients. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) define value-based care as a reward system that gives incentives to providers based on the quality of care they deliver to people with Medicare.

    How is the value of health care determined?

    Value for a population is determined by both the allocation and the use of resources to optimise health and minimise inequity. This report explores the key issues and brings together both evidence and value in decision making. Sir Muir Gray Oxford March 2019 Defining Value-based Healthcare in the NHS: CEBM report 3 Table of Contents Contents