Achieving integrated care in the NHS by exploring new service models
Updated: Mar 23
Integration and collaboration is now the mode of operation for the future of healthcare. The reforms set out in the Long Term Plan set a course towards the joining up of services, greater emphasis on prevention, and a focus on population health management.
In response to this, all parts of the system must work together with the patient at the centre.
We offer a wide range of support to NHS organisations and those managing reform to services and provider models. Questions we can help you answer include:
What are the ‘best fit’ options for collaboration, including bringing along colleagues in primary, acute and community care, and social care?
How can providers come together to deliver across pathways and provide greater economies of scale, while at the same time retaining a clear focus on outcomes?
What is the roadmap for moving from now to an Integrated Care System, and how do you become ‘integration-ready’?
Our expertise combines strategic thinking with a deep understanding of what it takes to transform public services. We have experience of the spectrum of delivery models including alliance contracting, corporate joint ventures, and social enterprises. We will work with you and your partners to respond to the unique challenges in your area.
Download a two-page leaflet outlining MV’s offer.
To learn more about how we could help you contact Andrew Laird on firstname.lastname@example.org