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Healthy London Partnership’s response to the King’s Fund report on London’s sustainability and transformation partnerships

16th October 2018

The Mayor of London commissioned The King’s Fund to report on progress in the five sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) in London. The report was published on Wednesday, 16 October 2018.

Healthy London Partnership (HLP) director, Shaun Danielli said:

“This report is a useful summary of the work underway in London between the NHS, London councils and other bodies like Public Health England and Healthy London Partnership to improve health and care and also highlights the challenges we face.  Partnership working is the only way in which we will tackle London’s most complex health and care challenges and ensure that we meet our shared aim of making London the healthiest global city.  By working together we have already seen progress in areas such as mental health, greater use of technology and increased access to family doctors.

“As outlined in the report, London needs different solutions and governance arrangements than other parts of England.  HLP will continue to work with all partners across London to provide the strategic challenge and infrastructure to make sure there is robust governance in place through the London Health Board and the London Health and Care Strategic Partnership Board.  Doing so will help support coordinated and seamless care for all Londoners.”

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