East Midlands Joint Improvement Partnership
The East Midlands Joint Improvement Partnership (JIP) is an alliance of key regional stakeholders, led by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS). It provides leadership to a programme of work jointly designed to improve adult social care accross the East Midlands.
Key priorities for 2011 - 2013 JIP programme are:
- supporting localities to achieve financial stability
- joint working with the NHS, particularly on the QIPP programme and transition agenda for Liberating the NHS and Public Health Service reform
- embedding person centred approaches accross adult and children's services
- Key Outcomes from 2009/2011 JIP Programme
Key Outcomes from 2009/2011 JIP Programme. Many projects have successfully delivered in 2010/2011 as part of the final stage of the previous two year JIP programme. Seven work streams covered; Personalisation,...