NHS organisations and local councils in England are joining forces to coordinate services around the whole needs of each person. Their aim is that people can live healthier lives and get the care and treatment they need, in the right place, at the right time.
Find out more through our case studies and films about how integrated care across the NHS is changing and developing to better meet people’s needs.
- Mental health nurses and paramedics to respond together to reduce avoidable hospital admissions
- MSK First Contact Practitioners Case Study: The Deepings Practice, Lincolnshire
- Child health hubs see patients closer to home and reduce unnecessary hospital trips
- Advice line for GPs saves hours of travel for patients and £100k to be reinvested back into NHS
- New virtual clinic designed by doctors gives renal patients more specialist consultant time
- New mental health 111 service reduces A&E visits by a third
- Pain patients’ hospital wait reduced by 90% saving NHS £200k a year
- Pioneering price match scheme frees up millions for frontline care
- People feeling isolated or lonely helped by innovative health and social care partnership
- 17,000 hospital nights and £7m saved for NHS through early treatment ‘iCares’ scheme
- Pioneering home alteration project between NHS and Council helps get people home from hospital sooner
- NHS and social care hub helps people at risk stay well and out of hospital
- Frail elderly on ‘virtual ward’ keeps them well at home and out of hospital
- Wakefield’s Fieldhead Hospital celebrates 200 year birthday – West Yorkshire STP