While turning on the TV or radio to hear about other countries’ COVID-19 experiences is likely to be more of a home rather than work activity, there is also some value in thinking about this professionally. Fortunately, some people have done lots of the heavy lifting for us, by working collaboratively to share their thinking. [read the full story…]
Experiences of secondment in integrated care: isolation, invisibility and lack of supervision
Jill Manthorpe considers the findings of interviews with mental health social workers about their experiences of secondment to integrated care services.[read the full story...]
What does it take to lead in an integrated system?
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.[read the full story...]
“Payment mechanisms and incentives will need to be aligned across providers” says King’s Fund report
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”.[read the full story...]