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Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

On 1st April 2016, the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) took charge of health and social care services across the 37 NHS organisations and local authorities in the city region (now 33 organisations).

Greater Manchester has the fastest growing economy in the country; however people in the region die younger than people in other parts of England.  To address this challenge, the Greater Manchester HSCP developed a strategic plan with four main objectives to be achieved by 2021:

  1. To transform the health and social care system to help more people stay well and take better care of those who are ill
  2. To align our health and social care system to wider public services such as education, skills, work and housing
  3. To create a financially balanced and sustainable system
  4. To make sure their services are clinically safe throughout

These objectives will be progressed through the delivery of the Greater Manchester Transformation Portfolio, comprising of ten programmes of transformation based on locality plans, along with five GM level transformation theme programmes, and six GM level cross cutting programmes. 

To govern this large scale and ambitious transformation agenda, the Greater Manchester Transformation Portfolio Board has been established, and a supporting Greater Manchester PMO team which will draw together a network of locality and GM theme programme leaders, with the aim of building strong links across the system at scale and sharing good practice.

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