Integrated care and system working

NHS provider boards are developing new ways of working together. Trusts are working with local partners within sustainability and transformation partnerships and integrated care systems to meet present and future challenges, improve care quality and deliver sustainable services in a tough financial context.  

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News
26 May 2022

NHS Providers welcomes Fuller stocktake of primary care

Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of Dr Claire Fuller's stocktake.

Blog
23 May 2022

When partnerships turn sour: Why leaders need to go back to basics and build relationships from the bottom up

Penny Pereira, initiative director at Q, discusses the four essentials that support successful partnership working in a world of integrated care.

Penny PereiraPenny Pereira
News
28 Apr 2022

Much to welcome in new Health and Care Act but lack of NHS workforce planning a major, missed opportunity

Chris Hopson responds to the Health and Care Bill, which received Royal Assent today to become the Health and Care Act 2022.

Submission
07 Apr 2022

NHS Providers response to the integration white paper questions for implementation

Our response to the integration white paper questions for implementation

Blog
30 Mar 2022

Fitting the jigsaw pieces together – trusts and partnership working in integrated care systems

Georgia Butterworth explores how trusts are working with a wide range of system partners at place level, and other trusts in provider collaboratives, to deliver high quality care to patients.

Georgia ButterworthGeorgia Butterworth
Briefing
24 Mar 2022

Integrated care partnership (ICP): engagement summary

Our briefing draws out the key points, including DHSC’s plans to publish statutory guidance on the integrated care strategy in July 2022, and provides some initial analysis.

Blog
17 Mar 2022

Let's learn from what works: Letting local leaders break down barriers between secondary and primary care

Toby Lewis discusses the importance of local providers breaking down the barriers that exist between secondary and primary care and the need to learn from what works best.

Toby LewisToby Lewis
Blog
24 Feb 2022

The four leadership challenges the Messenger Review must address

Chris Hopson discusses the 'Messenger Review' on NHS leadership and explores four key areas on where NHS trusts and integrated care boards can improve their leadership capability and capacity.

Chris HopsonChris Hopson
Blog
15 Feb 2022

Clinical leadership has to be deeply embedded within new systems

Toby Lewis and Keegan Shepard discuss the need for clinical leadership to be deeply embedded within new integrated care systems, and underline the practical challenges in its implementation.

Briefing
10 Feb 2022

NHS Providers next day briefing - health and social care integration white paper

This briefing summarises the health and social care integration white paper and sets out our initial analysis of the implications for trusts.

Georgia ButterworthGeorgia Butterworth
News
09 Feb 2022

Integration ambition welcome but a lot of detail to be resolved

Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of the integration white paper.

Blog
08 Feb 2022

How population health management helped save lives during the pandemic

Mike Bell, chair at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, discusses how population health management helped save lives during the pandemic and why it must be sustained.

Mike BellMike Bell
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