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 Long read Unconventional health and care: five organisations delivering care differently How can we make sure that people always receive the compassionate care they need? Ben Collins looks at five organisations that are thinking differently about how they support patients and service users, and considers what we can learn from their unconventional approaches. Video Laura Neilson, Hope Citadel and whole-person health care As part of our Radical innovation in delivering health and care services report, we interviewed Laura Neilson, CEO of Hope Citadel Healthcare. Report Leading for integrated care: 'If you think competition is hard, you should try collaboration' This report explores the progress, challenges and opportunities the move towards greater integration presents, through interviews with 16 people leading or chairing an integrated care system or sustainability and transformation partnership. Community health services: our position The NHS long-term plan offers an opportunity to finally deliver on the longstanding ambition to provide more care closer to home, but only if commitments to increase funding and give more priority to community health services are honoured and severe workforce shortages are tackled.