Breadcrumb Home Publications This is the kind of disruptive innovation the NHS needs 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 Our Chief Executive Professor Chris Ham highlights some of the benefits a system like Kaiser Permanente could bring to the NHS.Read the full article on Kaiser Permanente (requires a subscription to the HSJ website) Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog The prevention Green Paper: the right time to put it in its place? David Buck considers what is likely to be in the government’s Green Paper on prevention – and what should be in it. Paid event Health and care explained: how the system works and how it is changing Active project Lessons from the Wigan Deal The Wigan Deal is a social contract between the council and the community. This project will examine how and why the Deal was developed, how it has been put into practice, and what others might learn from it. Long read Community health services explained Community services play a key role in keeping people well, treating and managing acute illness and long-term conditions, and supporting people to live independently – and yet they are poorly understood compared to other parts of the NHS. In this explainer we set out what community services are, the challenges faced and how they're changing.