Accountable care organisations (ACOs) learning network

This learning network will focus on developing models of accountable care in England.

Who is it for?

The programme is for senior health and care leaders actively involved in developing ACOs and other new care models for their local population.

What does the programme cover?

The network will hold three facilitated meetings here at The King’s Fund for member communities to share learning and experiences and to hear from national and international experts. In addition, we will organise two site visits to areas involved in the network or to other places of interest.

Meetings will cover a range of topics depending on the focus of those involved – such as clinical engagement, risk-sharing arrangements, governance models and new ways of co-ordinating care. We will also share learning from international evidence and experience of ACOs and similar models.

    How you can get involved

    We are currently calling for expressions of interest from communities who want to be involved in the network. We would encourage applications from groups of organisations working together.