A system wide care and health peer challenge involves a small team of peers spending time at a care, health and wellbeing system to provide challenge and share learning.
This is a unique improvement opportunity to look across the whole care, health and wellbeing system.
The System Wide Care and Health Peer Challenge is funded by the Department of Health through the LGA’s Care and Health Improvement Programme (CHIP) and it is free.
A team of trained peers from across local government and health spend up to three days examining opportunities and challenges that the system is facing. Peers champion change and recognise excellence and the achievements of the places they approach.
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