Stepping up to the place: The key to successful health and care integration

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15 / 06 / 2016

Bringing together health and social care has been a constant and dominant policy theme for many decades, and many places around the country are already demonstrating the potential to do things differently.

We – the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, Local Government Association, NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHS Confederation – believe it is time to put integrated systems and services to the test, to translate aspirations into action, and to ensure they deliver for our citizens.

So we have come together to describe what a fully integrated, transformed system should look like based on what the evidence tells us. 

Self-assessment toolkit

View the accompanying integration self-assessment tool, designed to support local health and care leaders through health and wellbeing boards (HWBs) to critically assess their ambitions, capabilities and capacities to integrate services to improve the health and wellbeing of local citizens and communities.  

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