Tagged: early implementers

Early implementers of health and wellbeing boards announced

Local authorities throughout England have signed up to join a network of early implementers of health and wellbeing boards. The boards will remove divisions between the NHS and local authorities and give communities greater say in the services needed to … Continue reading

Case study – Sutton: Integrated health and social care pilot shows benefits for patients

Integrating health and social care services for patients and carers has resulted in substantial savings in the London borough of Sutton. A six-month pilot, based on just three medical conditions and a trial area of only 25,000 patients, reduced PCT … Continue reading

Case study: Leicestershire aims to build on successful partnership working for health and wellbeing board

Leicestershire’s health and wellbeing board will be one of the first shadow boards to go live in April, thanks to its successful record of local partnership working, and will build on a year of closer joint working between the county … Continue reading

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Strengthened leadership for new early implementer network

John Wilderspin

Primary care trust chief executive John Wilderspin (left) is joining the Department of Health as National Transition Director for the implementation of health and wellbeing boards. He will work with David Behan’s Directorate to develop a new early implementer network … Continue reading