February 23, 2023
The NHS must break the cycle on heart failure
Integrated Care Journal recently spoke to Dr Ashton Harper, Head of Medical Affairs (UK & Ireland) at Roche Diagnostics, to examine the heart failure diagnostic pathway and identify where the biggest opportunities in NHS diagnostics exist.
May 17, 2022
How ICSs can help uproot risk aversion and progress innovation
Integrated Care Journal speaks with Kathy Scott and Aejaz Zahid of the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) on how the implementation of a dedicated innovation hub within ICS frameworks has helped to streamline innovation and improve patient care. Above: Barnsley Hospital, part of South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS.
April 25, 2022
Time to fix the gender diagnosis gap for autism
As well as increasing global acceptance and understanding of the condition, this year’s Autism Awareness Month should be used to highlight growing and concerning gender diagnosis gaps.
April 14, 2022
Community Diagnostic Centres: A critical response to regional inequalities
The latest report from Vanguard, Assessing the current state of play of CDC delivery across England, 2021, provides much needed clarity on the current status of CDC rollout and identifies where more support is required to achieve regional equality in healthcare provision.
March 17, 2022
How integrated care systems can improve digital inclusion
Sarah Boyd, Head of Digital Experience and Transformation at Norfolk & Waveney Health and Social Care Partnership (NWHSCP), explores how her integrated care system (ICS) is using digital health to improve patient inclusion and help reduce health inequalities.
March 15, 2022
PPP calls for adequate social care funding to end postcode lottery
Public Policy Projects (PPP) has launched its first Social Care Network report, Mind the Cap: choices and consequences for financing social care, addressing the need for radical financial restructuring within the UK social care system.
February 28, 2022
A new network to drive the integration agenda forward
Historical divisions between hospitals and family doctors, between physical and mental health, and between NHS and council services, have resulted in too many people experiencing disjointed care. All too often, it has been those from the most disadvantaged backgrounds and communities who have borne the brunt of disjointed care delivery, experiencing worse health outcomes than others.
February 7, 2022
Can Levelling Up help us Build Back Healthier?
With the publication of the government's White Paper, finally we have some definition and direction to what 'levelling up' actually aims to achieve.

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