• Wednesday 12 May

    ‘Place’ is set to become a central factor in the reform of health and care. Earlier this year, the Department for Health and Social Care published proposals for a Health and Care Bill that included a clearly stated goal for joined-up working, underpinned by ‘place leadership’ and a firm move towards collaboration.

    As new arrangements develop, it is an important time for councils to refocus, show their value, and help set the local agenda. Integration has been long talked about but what ‘partnership’ between local government and the NHS means have never been clearly resolved. Now is the time to address that.

    Bevan Brittan and Mutual Ventures were delighted to offer this free webinar for local government leaders to think through the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. We were joined by speakers who discussed their own experiences of integrated care.

    The webinar covered:

    • What we know about the proposals for integrated care and the role of ‘place’
    • What ‘place leadership’ means in practice
    • Options for partnership between local government and the NHS

    NB: Bevan Brittan and Mutual Ventures have been working in partnership for a number of years, providing a blend of business, commercial and legal support to NHS and independent providers seeking to find their place in the new health and care system.


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