A collaborative, online platform for sharing learning, information and good practice has been launched today providing insight into providing better integrated care and implementing the Better Care Fund programmes.
The Better Care Exchange works as a learning hub and brings together the expertise and knowledge of leading organisations and individuals across the health and social care sector.
The Exchange, which already has a large number of users signed up and materials available, also features the four ‘HOW TO’ guides that were published earlier this month for people across the system leading and managing better care implementation programmes.
The Exchange is free to use and will help users to:
- Interact with national experts and ask for support
- Access insight and good practice aimed at overcoming the barriers to delivering Better Care
- Keep up-to-date and contribute with relevant content and resources
- Participate in online discussions and share learning as part of a social network
The Exchange has been developed as part of the Better Care Fund Implementation Support Programme. It has been delivered by PPL, the Social Care Institute for Excellence, KPMG and The Berkeley Partnership, in collaboration with experts, practitioners, service users and carers.