Case Studies

City and Hackney Innovation Fund

NHS City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is an NHS organisation. We want our services to reflect our local populations and their needs which is why local residents and patients are involved in all our decisions.  Our plans and ideas are based on us talking to patients and members of public, as well as local GPs who form our membership.

General Summary

The Innovation Fund is a £400k fund that was set up by the City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to identify community-based innovative ideas that have the potential to deliver significant improvements in the health and wellbeing of City and Hackney residents. Twenty-seven projects have received funding to test new and innovative ways of improving the health and wellbeing of local residents. A third round of the fund, focused on mainstreaming and scaling successful ideas as well as making them sustainable, has just launched.



NHS Go – A Health app Designed by Young People for Young People

Healthy London Partnership

We are a transformation partnership which is funded by the London NHS England and the 32 CCGs in London. Healthy London Partnership is a transformation partnership funded by NHS England London Office and the 32 CCGs across London. The NHS in London came together during 2015-16 to develop and agree a shared plan for the capital. The partnership was established in response to the Five Year Forward View and the London Health Commission. The aim is to take London from seventh in the global healthy city rankings, to the number one spot.  The London Health Commission contained 10 aspirations for London. The work that we undertake is organised into transformational focus areas. Each programme aims to solve a different health and care challenge faced by the capital. All aim to make prevention of ill health and care more consistent across the city. The Children and Young People’s programme aims to ensure consistent care for all the children and young people in London to ensure that all children have the best start in life. In the first year we engaged with over 600 children and young people who helped us to shape our programme and develop the programme’s aims and outcomes. HLP employs around 50 staff to deliver the transformation programme with about 10 working solely on children’s health.


Case Study Summaries

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