System wide governance and leadership

For integration to work, governance models need to take into account the complexity and interdependencies of ever complicated and evolving organisation of health and care systems (including new standards, protocols and regulations). Governance models should help break down barriers between services, enable collaboration, and facilitate the move towards a model of co-operation over competition.

New models of care and large system transformation require more collaborative, distributed forms of leadership and approaches to change management and a move away from operating within institutions and defined boundaries to leading change between services, professional groups and organisations. Another crucial attribute is adaptability and an ability to work with a large and varied number of stakeholders. We need to rethink how we recruit, educate and support our leaders and staff to be successful in a complex and adaptive system.

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