Mid and South Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) is currently running a public consultation until 9 March.
Buurtzorg might sound like a character in the latest Star Wars film, but it’s actually a model of care being piloted in West Suffolk, linked to the STP.
When is an STP not an STP? When you call it a success regime!
With a former health secretary at the helm, the Norfolk and Waveney STP is a key partnership being watched closely by our region and a whole range of stakeholders.
When it comes to the health service, any talk of change is rarely welcomed by patients or staff with open arms.
Ever since sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) were first muted, the RCN has been clear about the need for unions to be fully involved in the process.
In recent weeks reams of information about the future of the NHS in our region has been published online. If you’ve missed them, you’re not alone. The majority of the public is probably unaware of the huge changes about to be set in action as part of the so-called Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs).