NHS innovators have much to learn from the leviathans of the technology world, says John Craig
People Powered Health services build on the concept of co-production to improve the quality of life for patients. It has the potential to save the NHS £4.4bn annually.
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Insights from South Africa - what do we learn from public service innovation in different social, economic and cultural climates?

29th January 2015
For the next three months, Innovation Unit’s Senior Project Lead, Kate Langford will be undertaking a secondment at the Bertha Centre in Cape Town, South Africa working with Inclusive Health on a...

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Radical Change Made Reality I Municipal Journal

16th December 2014
Lambeth’s mental health care system has, for the past five years, been doing just that – taking co-production seriously by building a shared vision for radical change in the commissioning and...