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 Report Housing and health: Opportunities for sustainability and transformation partnerships This short report, supported by the National Housing Federation, sets out areas where sustainability and transformation partnerships and emerging integrated care systems can make more of the contribution of the housing sector to improving health. Blog Housing: a home for STPs looking to influence the wider determinants of health David Buck considers how sustainability and transformation partnerships can make more of the housing sector’s contribution to improving health. Blog A progress report on integrated care systems Catch up on progress being made in integrated care systems around the country. Chris Ham covers the latest developments. Long read Making sense of integrated care systems, integrated care partnerships and accountable care organisations in the NHS in England NHS England has recently changed the name of accountable care systems to integrated care systems. Our updated long read looks at work underway and makes sense of all the terminology.