CHP focuses on supporting NHS elective care recovery and place based care as key 22/23 priorities

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CHP as an NHS company working in partnership with local communities supporting care delivery has published its Business Plan for 2022/23.

Wendy Farrington-Chadd, Chief Executive Officer said: “I am really pleased we have published our Business Plan which very much aligns CHP’s priorities for the year with the NHS’s 2022/23 planning priorities.

“We have spent time listening and engaging our customers and partners and have developed a plan that aligns our expertise and resources to meet the needs of the NHS as it goes through a fundamental change in the way it operates. We will support Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and Integrated Care Boards as they bring the NHS system, local authorities, the voluntary sector and other partners closer together to provide care nearer to home and support recovery from the pandemic.  While Primary Care Networks are crucial as they develop plans for placed based care.

“We continue to help the NHS in the recovery of elective care, the ongoing need to vaccinate and manage surges in emergency demand, the shift and expansion of care services into community-based settings, all within tight financial constraints. We are already engaged in national policy initiatives, such as the development of community diagnostic centres and the move of elective services out of hospitals. We are also supporting place-based care through our work on strategic estates plans with Primary Care Networks.

“The Health Secretary Sajid Javid spoke recently about prevention and improving population health by increasing access to underserved communities.  Nine out of ten CHP public private partnership buildings were developed in areas of high health and social need.  These buildings are at the heart of communities, many have local authorities, third sector organisations, community groups and charities already using space for health prevention initiatives.  This year we will focus on driving up these types of activities for greater population health outcomes.

“CHP is in a strong position to support the NHS in meeting these challenges and shaping the care environment of the future. By working with partners and customers as part of local integrated systems we can provide facilities solutions, deliver sustainable infrastructure that offer safe, flexible, well used and welcoming spaces, and provide value for money to our partners.

“I look forwarding to working with our people, customers and partners, and together, helping to build healthier communities.”

Read more about our five strategic aims and how we will respond to our customers and partners current and future needs in our Summary Business Plan 2022-23.

If you would like to have a chat about how CHP can help please get in touch with your Regional Director.

Contact your Regional Director for a local conversation:

North West Andy Muir a.muir@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk
North East Jane Fitch j.fitch@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk
Midlands and East Mark Grinonneau m.grinnoneau@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk
London Philippa Robinson p.robinson@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk
South Simon Waters s.waters@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk

13 April 2022

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