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 What is Covid-19 revealing about innovation in the NHS? Innovation in the NHS has historically been notoriously slow. Ben Collins considers how the Covid-19 pandemic has allowed the system and its staff to go further and faster, and what this might mean for the future. Commissioned report Technology and innovation for long-term health conditions It has become received wisdom that the NHS struggles to adopt digital innovation, but during the Covid-19 pandemic, many NHS providers have moved services online at astonishing pace. Ben Collins looks at four digital innovations in health services from the UK and the Nordic countries. Long read The road to renewal: five priorities for health and care Covid-19 is the biggest challenge the health and care system has faced in living memory; it's essential that lessons are learned from this experience. So how can the system build on this learning to bring about positive change and renewal? This long read sets out five priorities to help guide the approach to renewal across health and care. Blog Obesity: time for action What should a new government strategy on obesity look like? David Buck outlines what is needed to ensure this attempt is successful.