Welcome to the NHS Change Model website

The NHS Change Model

Created by NHS Change Model Team, Jul 31, 2013
Shared With: NHS Change Model

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NHS Change Model iconThe NHS Change Model has been created to support the NHS to adopt a shared approach to leading change and transformation.

We need to understand what needs to change and why to make the NHS the best quality service for the best value, sustainable over time.  The NHS Change Model is not rocket science – it brings together what we know helps make change happen.  It informs how we make change happen and who needs to be involved.

The NHS Change Model brings together collective improvement knowledge and experience from across the NHS.  It has been developed with hundreds of our senior leaders, clinicians, commissioners, providers and improvement activists who want to get involved in building the energy for change across the NHS by adopting a systematic and sustainable approach to improving quality of care.  Through applying all eight components change can happen

Click on the individual components of the NHS Change Model for further information and supporting tools and resources.



How to use the NHS Change Model website.

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System drivers

by Jason New, Jun 19, 2012
Status: Open
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