Breadcrumb Home Publications Canterbury tale: making a success of integrated care This content relates to the following topics: Integrated care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Integrated care is an idea whose time has come. In an article for the Health Service News Journal, Chris Ham explains how Canterbury District Health Board in New Zealand has made integrated care work in practice.Read the article on the HSJ website You may also be interested in Audio What is the role of the NHS in tackling health inequalities? Helen McKenna talks with Dr Bola Owolabi about the power of gathering around a common cause and whether the experience of the pandemic will lead to a step change in tackling health inequalities. Video Canterbury, New Zealand: avoiding assumptions and listening to communities Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer of Pegasus Health in Canterbury, New Zealand, explores avoiding assumptions and listening to communities to identify their needs. Blog Integrated care systems are an opportunity to reset the relationship between health services and the public To make the most of the opportunities offered by integrated care systems and local place-based working, partnership-working needs to be about more than just relationships between organisations. Now is the time to embrace community power and strengthen community engagement and involvement, says Chris Naylor. Press release The King's Fund responds to the Health and Social Care Committee’s report into the government’s proposals for the reform of health and social care ‘The Committee rightly acknowledges the possible benefits of the government’s health and care reforms, while also identifying the significant pitfalls ministers must avoid,' says Chief Executive of The King's Fund, Richard Murray.