In conversation with... Paul Maubach

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Paul Maubach and Phil McCarvill

07 / 09 / 2017

The NHS Confederation, NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS Providers and the Local Government Association are working together to help spread the learning from new care models across the health and social care sector.

As part of this, we have interviewed a range of NHS and local government leaders about the opportunities and challenges involved in establishing new models of care.

This podcast features an interview with Paul Maubach, chief officer of Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group and lead for the Dudley multispecialty community provider (MCP) vanguard.

The conversation, led by the NHS Confederation’s Dr Phil McCarvill, explores the development of the MCP model in Dudley, the challenges and tensions involved in creating an accountable care organisation and the benefits of working in a ‘team without walls’.

Sharing key learning from the journey so far, Paul discusses the importance of staff and public engagement, keeping a focus on outcomes and learning from others along the way.




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