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Purposes for processing NHS England uses Assuring Transformation Data to check that people with a learning disability, autism or both are getting the right care in the right place. Please see our Assuring transformation data web page and What is assuring transformation for more information about how we do this. NHS Digital publishes a monthly […]
Digital transformation We’re using technology to help health and care professionals communicate better and enable people to access the care they need quickly and easily, when it suits them. From websites and apps that make care and advice easy to access wherever you are, to connected computer systems that give staff the test results, history […]
The NHS Long Term Plan commitment to recruiting more than 1,000 social prescribing link workers to primary care networks by April 2021 is being supported by a range of resources. As new online learning is launched, an experienced social prescribing practitioner talks about the value of her work and offers some tips to newly appointed […]
Better Births, the report of the National Maternity Review was published in February 2016 and set out a clear vision: for maternity services across England to become safer, more personalised, kinder, professional and more family friendly; where every woman has access to information to enable her to make decisions about her care; and where she […]
Transforming primary careThis link opens in a new tab
The way in which health services are delivered needs to change. The number of people using the NHS is increasing because we are living longer and as new technological advances in medicine are made, more money is needed to pay for them. This puts an enormous strain on the health service budget so the NHS […]
TCPs are made up of clinical commissioning groups, NHS England’s specialised commissioners and local authorities. They work with people with a learning disability, autism or both and their families and carers to agree and deliver local plans for the programme. In England there are 48 TCPs who are changing services in a way that is […]
Note: this news article is not updated regularly to reflect the most up-to-date appointments in these positions. To see the current list of STP leaders, please visit our view Sustainability and Transformation Plans pages here. Senior figures from across health and care who will be leading work on Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP) within their […]
Digital transformation bulletin The Digital transformation bulletin is a round up of the latest news and developments in support of the digital transformation of the NHS. Who is the bulletin for? This bulletin is for anyone with an interest in data, digital technology and tools within health and care services. How often does it get […]
Maternity TransformationThis link opens in a new tab
Better Births, Baroness Cumberledge’s National Maternity Review was published by NHS England in February 2016 and sets out how the NHS can develop services to provide women with higher quality, safer and more personalised care, as well as how to improve postnatal care and perinatal mental health services. The Clinical Network is working closely with […]
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The South has set up a programme board, chaired by Rachel Pearce, the Director of Commissioning for South Central, to ensure the region delivers the recommendations in NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review: The long-term vision is to create an urgent and emergency care system that is capable of delivering the right care, first […]