The move to Integrated Care Systems reflects the increasing need and expectation for transformational change across both health and social care boundaries. Transformational change is complex, emergent and dynamic requiring new, non-traditional forms of leadership which are highly relational and persuasive.
Video: Summit 2020: Panel discussion – How are ICSs, ICPs and PCNs progressing? Nuffield Trust – views from partners across systems discussing practical and transformational change and improvements that are being planned and delivered.
Publication: Transformational change in health and care: reports from the field – The King’s Fund, May 2018
Blog: Transformational change in health and care: five small steps to make a big difference – The King’s Fund, 2018
Masterclasses and guides: NHS England/Improvement: Leading Large Scale Change
Article: Creating allegiance: leading transformational change within the NHS – BMJ Leader, Sept 2018
Article:Transformational change in healthcare: an examination of four case studies – Australian Health Review, 2015
Resources: NHS Horizons – How to spread and innovate NHS Horizons tune into the latest change thinking and practice in healthcare and other industries around the world – translating this learning into innovative, practical approaches to change for the NHS.
Report: Achieving scale and spread: Learning for innovators and policy-makers Nuffield Trust. The focus on innovation to support deliver transformational change is clear.
Report: Topol Review, Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future – identifies how technological developments in four areas – genomics, artificial intelligence, digital medicine and robotics – will change the roles, functions and training of clinical staff of all disciplines over the next two decades. The NHS Constitution, February 2019
Article: Transformational change in healthcare: an examination of four case studies – Australian Health Review, 2015