UCLPartners brings together organisations to transform systems of health and care resulting in improved outcomes for patients and populations, and improved value for organisations.
Building on this expertise, we have developed a focused approach to place-based care to support improvements for whole populations across the partnership and further afield. This approach – supporting primary care development and linking up organisations in the health and care system to ensure that high quality care is delivered effectively and efficiently – aims to support partners to close the health, quality and financial gaps that currently exist in the NHS.
Our guide to support for sustainability and transformation aims to present a number of areas where UCLPartners may be able to support colleagues leading Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs). A summary of our platform of support is provided below.
Platform of support for system transformation
UCLPartners platform of support is developing according to the needs of the partners and their patients and populations. It is based on four key objectives:
- Providing bespoke support to localities
- Facilitating dissemination and shared learning across the partnership, pan-London and nationally to accelerate pace of transformation
- Supporting the development of the national enablers
- Facilitating integration of academia and innovation.
A significant aspect of this agenda is whole-system programmes of change across health and social care, including support in the following areas:
Explore examples of our support on the map below:
UCLPartners report: How can local health economies improve population health and produce efficiency savings in the short to medium term?
Presentations from event: Population-based health and care – devolution as a model for London: Download the presentations from our 18 May event.
How to get in touch
To find out more information about UCLPartners’ support offer, please contact us at email@example.com.