Value Cases providing support for local leaders in bringing health and social care services together
Integrating Care is supporting the Local Government Association, along with key national partners (including NHSE, ADASS, PHE, DH, Monitor, NHS Confederation), to develop a practical support package for local leaders to bring health and social care services together. The project launched in July 2013 with the aim of creating a bespoke toolkit, which will be available in early January 2014.
Officially launched at the NCAS conference on 16th October, the first element of the toolkit is now publicly available. The four Value Cases below are the first of a number of examples of different models of integrated care, intended to provide inspiration and ideas for those working on integrating health and social care across the UK.
North West London – NWL Integrated Care Programme
2 million reasons to get integrated care right – How North West London progressed from local integrated care initiatives to a radical whole-system of integrated care for 2 million residents
Isle of Wight – My Life a Full Life
Solving the data sharing problem – How the Isle of Wight truly engaged stakeholders to deliver their integrated care strategy and are now developing new approaches to information sharing that put the person at the heart of the process
Torbay and Southern Devon Health and Care NHS Trust
How ‘Mrs Smith’ revolutionised health and social care – How Torbay used an example person to break down organisational boundaries and focus on the service-user perspective
Programme of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
Driving national change locally – How 29 states in the US approached the governance around pooling budgets, and scaled-up a single model from local to national