The journey to integrated care
We explore the legacy of the vanguards and what can be learned on the journey to integrated care.
Lessons for the journey to integrated care
In our video, vanguard leaders including Dr Andy Haynes, medical director at Mid Nottinghamshire Better Together, Katie Roebuck, MCP programme manager at Connecting Care Wakefield, and Dr Tim Taylor, consultant radiologist and medical director at EMRAD Consortium share their advice for those preparing to deliver a large scale change programme.
This includes areas such as involving patients in decisions about service transformation, overcoming the difficulties of delivering change in the current constrained climate, and working in partnership with a range of organisations and services.
Dr Amanda Sullivan, chief officer of Mansfield and Ashfield and Newark and Sherwood Clinical Commissioning Groups and SRO of the Mid-Nottinghamshire Better Together programme is interviewed by National Health Executive on the lessons learnt from the programme work in Nottinghamshire.
Read the full interview.
Making integrated care happen
Michael Macdonnell, national director of health system transformation at NHS England, discusses integrated care and building on the work from the vanguard programme.
Three years on from the forward view, what can we learn from the vanguards?
The chief executive at NHS Providers, Chris Hopson, discusses how far the vanguards have come in realising the ambitions of the NHS Five Year Forward View.