Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Dr Ravindran: lessons from India This content relates to the following topics: Local service design Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 23 November 2011 Dr Ravindran discusses his work as Chairman of Aravind Eye Care System and their innovative approach to delivering high-quality eye care to millions in India at our Annual Conference 2011.Related contentVideoAndrew Dilnot: future funding of care and support Andrew Dilnot CBE shares the findings of the Commission on Funding of Care and Support and explains how a fair funding system for social care in England can be delivered. VideoMeasuring quality debate: Annual Conference 2011 Chaired by Nigel Edwards, and featuring Al Mulley, Sir Liam Donaldson and Dr Penny Dash, our panel discussion focused on the barriers to and facilitators of high-quality, patient-centred care. VideoThe King's Fund and BMJ debate: regulating for quality The King's Fund and BMJ debate 2011 examined the limits of competition and the role of Monitor in supporting the delivery of high-quality care. VideoGlenn Robert: experience-based co-design approach to delivering excellent patient care Dr Glenn Robert introduces the key features of the experience-based co-design approach at The King's Fund Annual Conference 2011. VideoJeremy Myerson: inclusive approaches to designing health care Jeremy Myerson highlights how good health care design can make a difference to staff and patients. VideoJeremy Hughes: innovations in dementia care Jeremy Hughes, Chief Executive, The Alzheimers Society, looks at some of the issues facing people with dementia and the innovations needed to help support sufferers and carers. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment Leave this field blank You may also be interested in Long read Provider collaboratives: explaining their role in system working What are provider collaboratives and how will they fit into the wider health and care system? Our explainer looks at how these structures could develop and the opportunities they offer. Blog The Covid-19 vaccine rollout shows the opportunities of place-based partnerships The Covid-19 vaccination programme was one of the few largely unqualified successes of the pandemic response. Nicholas Timmins summarises the findings of a new report on what made the roll-out work, and what can be learnt for the future. Blog We need to move from person-centred to community-centred services Angela Fell, Director of Northern Heart and Soul in Wigan, outlines why we should move beyond person-centred services to a community-centred approach in order to transform people's health and wellbeing. Long read Integrated care systems explained: making sense of systems, places and neighbourhoods Integrated care services represent a fundamental shift in the way the health and care system is organised. This explainer looks at how these bodies are structured, how they are developing and what the future holds.