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Picture a health service that does all it can to help you stay healthy and supports you to look after yours and your family's health.
Picture a health service that is organised to provide care in the most appropriate setting - for many, this will be at home or in the community rather than in hospital.
Picture a health service that is able to provide the very best specialist care to everyone who needs it - 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You may think this health service already exists in Greater Manchester. For many of you it does. But not for everyone.
We think this should change.
Healthier Together is a review of health and social care and is part of a wider public service reform, seeking to improve outcomes for all Greater Manchester residents. Healthier Together wants to improve the quality of treatment in and out of hospital under integrated care, primary care and hospital care. The programme is clinically led, and is managed by the Service Transformation team which is accountable to Greater Manchester’s twelve Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).
The Healthier Together programme aims to develop a model of care that will help the NHS and other care providers in Greater Manchester provide quality services that are safe, accessible and sustainable for future generations. It will consider how best to provide the right service, at the right time, in the right place to achieve the best outcomes within the resources available.
On this website, you can find out more about the Healthier Together programme; why we believe it is necessary to review health and care in Greater Manchester, and how we want you to be involved in the review. You can also read more about the clinical areas that are being reviewed.