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.
Miriam Deakin discusses a sector-led peer support offer for STPs and local systems to optimise the value of partnership working and fulfil your integration ambitions.
Our briefing examines how trusts are working with their staff and local partners to enable the workforce to adapt to new ways of collaborative working.
Chris Hopson responds to the NHS operational planning and contracting guidance 2020/21.
Toby Lewis explores the need to work hyper-local at neighbourhood level to tackle inequalities in the year ahead.
Michael Rourke, partner at Hempsons, discusses the NHS' challenges and how changes to the Health and Care Bill and the organisation of commissioning bodies can provide the solutions.
Karen Jackson, describes how NHS services, the local authority and adult social care providers have come together to redesign how they care for people discharged from hospital.
Olivia O'Brien discusses the future of NHS integrated care systems finances ahead of NHS England and NHS Improvement's planning guidance for 2022/23.
In this briefing, we summarise the ambitions set out in the white paper, and the accompanying policies to be implemented over the next three years.
This new report from the Community Network, which is hosted by the NHS Confederation and NHS Providers, spotlights where community health services are doing digital well and what the barriers are.
In this episode, Adam Brimelow invites Dave West, HSJ deputy editor, and Chris Hopson, NHS Providers chief executive, to reflect on key speeches from NHS Providers annual conference 2021.
Miriam Deakin responds to 'Caring for older patients with complex needs', a new report co-funded by the Health Foundation and the Commonwealth Fund.
This briefing summarises NSHE/I's new Guide to developing a scheme of reservation and delegation for integrated care boards
Saffron Cordery responds to Centre for Mental Health's report: 'Better together: A public health model for mentally healthier integrated care systems'.
Leanora Volpe discusses the key principles for regulation and oversight of integrated care systems alongside trusts, and the questions governors must consider.
Georgia Butterworth and Toby Lewis explore how place serves as the real testing ground for local government and health services working together to prioritise population health.