The ultimate aim of SILC is to explore the potential to improve client recovery rates and service cost-effectiveness over current levels, given a high level of innovation, support and co-learning. To optimise the prospects of success, we want to involve as many of the services we currently work with as possible in collecting, reviewing and reflecting on patient outcome data at different levels of engagement.
The broad aims of SILC are:
- To establish and support a learning community dedicated to improving the client outcomes and delivery of participating services
- To create a CORE national database for voluntary sector services to resource sector-specific benchmarking
- To recruit a set of voluntary sector organisations currently using CORE PC to act as demonstration sites to support them in introducing outcome and client management tools designed to significantly improve service delivery and clinical effectiveness.