Almost everyone working in health and care agrees that users’ experiences should drive the design and improvement of services. There are strong moral and ethical reasons for listening to people’s voices, but, in the current context of the health and care system, how can services ensure that listening to people’s voices is a priority and leads to meaningful change?
As part of our goal to grow and diversify, we’re pleased to welcome Engage Britain as a new partner of the Coalition. Engage Britain is an independent charity that brings people together to tackle the country’s biggest challenges.
Our Co-Chair, Kim Ryley, reflects on the new White Paper 'Health and social care integration: joining up care for people, places and populations'.
With a growing waiting list of more than 5 million people across health and care services in England Wales, the Coalition for Personalised Care has launched work to draw together best practice from across the country in tackling the treatment backlog which developed as a result of the pandemic.
'The business case for supporting the development of community business' is a paper produces by Community Catalysts outlining the benefits and challenges to developing community businesses, and the direct contributions that community businesses are making to a range of local authority priorities.
Building Blocks of "Better" is a report published by the Local Area Coordination Network in March 2021 as a follow-on piece to their Annual Conference in November 2020. The report provides commentary on the 10 speeches given at the conference around the 10 key Principles of Local Area Coordination.
National Voices' insight report, The Doctor Will Zoom You Now: getting the most out of the virtual health and care experience, was based on a rapid, qualitative research study designed to understand the patient experience of remote and virtual consultations.
The Coalition has launched a series of new workstreams as we begin to implement a year of action on the roll out of personalised care. The first three priorities are health inequalities, the treatment backlog and the patient experience of health and care during the pandemic. The workstreams will develop practical outputs which are of use widely across health and social care.