Planned Care Innovation Programme

Based on the successful Bevan Examplars Programme, the Commission is offering funding and support to develop, apply and test innovative approaches to help transform planned care services in Wales.

Do you have an idea that could make a positive difference to planned care pathways, or that could help to reduce or alleviate demand for planned care services in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic?

The Planned Care Innovation Programme presents an exciting opportunity to drive change across the spectrum of planned care services in Wales, providing funding and support to transform new ideas into prudent, sustainable models of planned care.

Applications are invited across the broad themes of referral, guidance, treatment, follow-up and in the measurement of demand and outcomes. It is open to those working in the delivery and management of planned care services in Wales – including from primary, secondary and tertiary care, and from community, social care and third sector organisations.

The Planned Care Innovation Programme applies the successful Bevan Exemplar model of innovation to the critical need to transform planned care services in Wales. It is funded by the Welsh Government and led by the Bevan Commission.

The deadline is the 15 February 2022. To apply, or for further information, go to the Bevan Commission website.

 

 
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