Health & Wellbeing Boards: Orchestrating the possible for integrated care
Since moving out of the shadows to take on formal responsibility for improving health, wellbeing and reducing inequality, health and wellbeing boards are facing a huge challenge. With record cuts in local authority budgets, increasing demands due to an ageing population, the restructuring of the NHS, and a challenging public health agenda, the pressure is on for boards to achieve more for less, to orchestrate system change and to bring about integrated care.
This top tips guide is based on our experience of working with health and wellbeing boards and answers the key questions that they need to address make sure that they reach their full potential.
This free guide is co-authored with colleagues from the University of Birmingham, the Institute for Local Government Studies and Health Services Management Centre.