Experiences of secondment in integrated care: isolation, invisibility and lack of supervision

Isolated cabin

Jill Manthorpe considers the findings of interviews with mental health social workers about their experiences of secondment to integrated care services.

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What does it take to lead in an integrated system?

system leader

In this blog, Alison Turner considers a report, which shares findings with 10 senior leaders on the skills and behaviours needed to deliver transformation across health systems.

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“Payment mechanisms and incentives will need to be aligned across providers” says King’s Fund report

Butterfly emerging from a chrysalis to reflect transformation

Aimed at commissioners, clinical commissioning groups, commissioning support units, this evidence-based paper aims to bring some clarity to the current and future contractual models, as “many clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have started to develop novel contracting and commissioning tools”.

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