New ways of working


Examples of how new models of community-based, multidisciplinary, more flexible and technology-empowered teams are delivering better care for patients.

Providing 21st-century care means ensuring patients are treated by the right people with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time. It also means taking full advantage of wider innovations and changes that help reduce the demand for staff time. Getting this right can reduce the pressure on individual staff as well as helping the NHS workforce as a whole to be more productive.

The examples below show how organisations across the country are adopting new ways of working, across organisations and geographies, integrating new roles and maximising technology to provide more productive care and supporting staff in the process.

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