Supporting local planning

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Various national initiatives encourage better local planning. We work with you and national bodies to ensure they deliver what's needed for the NHS and its partners.

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Growing local economies

A unique initiative to help you build partnerships with your local economy to drive lasting improvements in local public services.

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Five issues to consider when developing STPs

Practical considerations for developing sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) and resources to help the development process.

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Planning for transformation

Information and resources to help you with the 2016/17 planning process and to keep track of key milestones.

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Better Care Fund

A summary of the key changes to the second phase of the BCF.

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Working with local authorities

Supporting you to work closely with local authorities to help commission and provide a range of services for local communities.

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Supporting health and wellbeing boards

First-hand insights and first-rate resources on developing health and wellbeing boards.

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Why we need to maximise the value of lay member recruitment, training and development | Susanne Hasselmann

18 / 4 / 2017 10.04am

The move toward place-based planning across the health sector places accountability and governance at the centre of debate. Lay members, according to Susanne Hasselmann, will be crucial in making sure local areas get it right.

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