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The Our NHS, our future Review team has published “Leading Local Change”, a document setting the context for the upcoming SHA local visions and the principles which will guide their implementation.
Seventy-four local clinical working groups, made up of almost 2000 clinicians, have been looking at the clinical evidence and engaging with their local communities in the nine participating English SHAs. They have developed improved models of care for their regions to ensure that the NHS is up to date with the latest clinical developments and is able to meet changing needs and expectations. Their vision documents will be launched throughout May and early June.