Recovery rates improved after services deployed Limbic Access
Limbic associated with very low cost
per additional recovery
Using the NHS Talking Therapy national dataset demonstrates that recovery rates in services significantly increase after they implement Limbic Access. A look nationally shows that recovery rates for non-Limbic Access services decreased over the same period of time.
The impact of Limbic Access on the entire mental healthcare pathway has been evaluated in a nine service NHS Talking Therapy provider (see here). We wanted to identify whether some of the benefits identified, namely improved recovery rates, also held at a holistic level in other services.
We examined the NHS Talking Therapy national dataset1 to observe recovery rate trends within services longitudinally, pre and post Limbic Access implementation, by looking at ~60,000 patients over a 14 month period. Using this dataset, an analysis was conducted on recovery rates in non-Limbic Access services, and their comparison with services deploying Limbic Access.
“ You made the referral a lot less distressing. I’ve self referred before but always find it
very difficult to communicate the issue well.”
- NHS Talking Therapies patient