Working with HSCPs, community and third sector organisations, national organisations and Scottish government to create an evidence base for conditions required to implement new models of health and social care across Scotland
As outlined in the Christie report, and emphasised by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a recognition ‘that more of the same just won’t do’ and there is a need to develop new models and approaches to care. These should centre on empowering individuals to have control of their health and care needs.
This is outlined in many aspects of Scottish health and social care policy e.g. SDS and realistic medicine and sits alongside empowerment of citizens and communities.
Our work falls into two main areas - with some overlap between both:
- Commissioning Differently: National Good Practice Sessions 2: Grant funding: the rule rather than the exception in funding health & social care? 30 November 2022
- Commissioning Differently: National Good Practice Sessions 1: Leeds From Homecare to a Community Health and Well-being Service 25 August 2022
Other Links and Resources
- Community Led Approaches -Reducing pressure on hospitals & Impact of preventative services
- Commissioning Differently: Actions for Health and Social Care Partnerships to Implement a Community Led Approach
- Community Solutions Reports
- The Power in our Communities: Catalyst for Change event 15 June 2021
- Community Health and Wellbeing
- Community-Led Models
- Reports and Resources
Get In Touch
Email us at email@example.com if you have a question about the Collaborative Commissioning programme