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New Social Prescribing Impact Tool

Numeration working with Exeter University through the Smartline programme prepare for field testing of its new Social Prescribing Impact Tool. Assistance with research in the form of a deep literature review and adaption of development model to cloud based proposition allows Numeration to move to field testing with GP groups, local authorities providing adult social care, charitable organisations and the voluntary sector to understand the impact and adjust social prescribing provision to optimise outcomes.

Use existing data to drive effect use of resources to optimise patient outcomes and service provision.

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