NHS England’s Realising the Value Programme for Patient and Community Empowerment (NHS England)

Summary

The “Realising the Value Programme” allows NHS England to award grants of up to £500,000 to charities and not for profit organisations (or consortia) to identify and / or implement evidence-based approaches to self-care. Initiatives involving the commissioning and spread of such approaches could be supported similarly.

The aim is to stimulate evidence-based approaches and tools to promote systems, across the NHS and local communities, which support people with long term conditions to better manage their own health.

“Grants are only made to charities and not for profit organisations; any charity, not for profit organisation, social enterprise, community interest company or public sector body can apply for this grant”.

Read more: NHS England. Realising the value: a new relationship with patients and communities.

Reference

Realising the value: a new relationship with patients and communities. London: NHS England, November 2014.

The closing date for applications is January 9th 2015.

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Reference

NHS England launches initiative to empower patients and communities to take control of their health. London: NHS England, November 28th 2014.

Other News: Regional Directors of Commissioning Operations at NHS England

NHS England has appointed the following Directors of Commissioning Operations in England:

  1. Moira Dumma: Yorkshire and the Humber.
  2. Graham Urwin: Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
  3. Clare Duggan: Cheshire and Merseyside.
  4. Wendy Saviour: North Midlands.
  5. David Sharp: Central Midlands.
  6. Andrew Reed: West Midlands.
  7. Andrew Pike: East.
  8. Anthony Farnsworth: South West.
  9. Felicity Cox: South East.

Full Text Link

Reference

Directors of Commissioning operations in NHS England announced. London: NHS England, November 28th 2014.

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