Tag Archives: Commissioning for Better Outcomes: A Route Map

Integrated Care Systems: Plus ca Change? (BBC News / NHS England / King’s Fund / SCIE)

Summary Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) are actually running in ten areas of England to date, out of 44 Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs). Full Text Link Reference Pym, H. (2018). NHS reform: How many patients will benefit? London: BBC Health … Continue reading

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The Co-Production in Commissioning Toolkit (TLAP / Department of Health / SCIE / NEF / NHS England / NESTA)

Summary An online resource, called the “Co-Production in Commissioning Tool”, has been made available via the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE). This toolkit presents the work of Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) – and partners – towards improving the … Continue reading

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