Kent Innovation Hub

Project information

Index: 1150R4
Acronym:CASA
Priority:1: Innovation and the knowledge economy
Sub Theme:the Information Society
Location UNITED KINGDOM SOUTH EAST n/a (Kent County) Kent Start/End date of the practice
Start: 2014

Topic of the practice

Integrated Regional Policy, Business and Knowledge Development

Good Practice Information

The Kent innovation Hub is a network of organisations across health, social care, the voluntary sector, industry and academia – locally, nationally and internationally who share good practice, tackle key challenges and aid the development and implementation of solutions for service change at pace and scale.
Shared Anticipatory Care Plans – working together to provide shared information systems across health & social care, providing access to a shared care plan which identifies what steps to take if a person has a crisis.
Integrated Personal Budgets – a pilot project to deliver integrated personal budgets across health and social care for people with long term conditions.

Evidence of success

The Innovation Hub has provided a mechanism to engage the public and others in helping establishing an integrated health and social care system and barrier busting. Shared Anticipatory Care Plans and Integrated Personal Budgets developed.

Contact details to obtain further information on the practice

Anne Tidmarsh

Kent County Council

Anne.Tidmarsh@kent.gov.uk

www.kent.gov.uk

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