Health

We are committed to supporting the continuous development and success of the health sector. We are passionate about the difference that well-run commissioners and providers can make to the communities they serve.

The health risk environment is broad and complex and is set within a changing and challenging environment. The NHS Long Term Plan sets out the priorities for the new funding settlement announced in June 2018 and seeks to build on the good work undertaken so far and accelerate the transformation through the local leadership of Integrated Care Systems with a genuine focus on changing the service model to provide more personalised care outside of hospital settings. There is also a clear commitment to more investment in children’s services and the care of people with mental health needs, a learning disability and/or autism.

We understand the risks facing trusts around the growing demand for services,  the real terms funding reductions of recent years and the pressures on staffing and inpatient beds.  We recognise that the increase in demand for health services is an issue that has much wider implications for sectors outside the NHS, for example, housing, policing and social services.  We work with a range of organisations in the health and care sector, including the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England, Clinical Commissioning Groups, all types of provider trusts, as well as independent sector providers, care homes, housing associations and charities.

 

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