The NHS Long Term Plan and GP contract framework has given practices permission and autonomy to think creatively about making the changes needed towards truly integrated out-of-hospital care. Primary care networks are a fundamental part of this new vision.
However, for these networks to successfully develop and deliver on these set aims there are a number of challenges that need to be addressed. This workshop will provide an opportunity to:
- share models and ideas between emerging PCNs, focusing on common priorities, such as changes in clinical models and workforce, and funding flows
- examine the skills and resources that are needed to meet local objectives
- explore the changes in behaviour and culture required to make a reality of PCNs, as well as models of collective governance and decision-making being developed
Chaired by Nigel Edwards, Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust, this event took place at the Mills & Reeve London office on the 4th June 2019 from 10am-4pm. This was a Nuffield Trust event in collaboration with the following partners: Mills & Reeve, The Dartmouth Insitutute, The King's Fund, National Association for Primary Care.
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