We challenge thinking for better health and care in Wales
The Bevan Commission is Wales’ leading health and care think tank, working to champion health and care transformation so it is fit for the future.
Health and care staff from across Wales took part in an inaugural online 5-day intensive learning week.
How can health and care in Wales recover from the Covid-19 pandemic?International health and care leaders share their perspectives on the Covid-19 recovery.
Tackling the planned care backlog requires new thinkingWe need to challenge thinking and practice, urges Helen Howson at national summit.
What are you looking for?
Open call: Planned Care Innovation Programme
Do you have an idea that could make a difference to planned care services in Wales? Apply for funding and support to try out and test your project in 2022.
Analysis, commentary and resources to inform and guide transformational change fit for the future. We collaborate and engage across Wales and internationally to harness expertise and experiences that challenge the status quo and inform policy and practice.
CAAI Methodology: A getting started guide for adoptersCAAI can be used to support the introduction and uptake of innovation as part of service improvement, change or transformation.
Doing Things Differently: Tackling the Backlog in the Aftermath of Covid-19Tackling the backlog of people waiting for hospital treatment.
Doing Things Differently: Supporting Service Development in the CommunityProviding better access to care closer to home to create healthier communities.
The super-agers project mobilises a regional programme across Cwm Taf Morgannwg to increase physical activity opportunities for older adults in the community. The initiative increased the sense of wellbeing for all those involved.
Illness is neither an indulgence for which people have to pay, nor an offence for which they should be penalised, but a misfortune, the cost of which should be shared by the community.