Devo Manc

Devolution Manchester, or Devo Manc as it affectionately known, will enable health and social care spend in the Greater Manchester community to be managed and invested locally. The Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) represents ten local authorities in the region and has established a Devolution Agreement to drive forward economic growth and improve the lives of the population through greater local responsibility and the reform of public services.

Devo Manc will have a significant impact on the way the NHS operates in Greater Manchester and health and social care innovation will play a huge part in enabling the delivery of streamlined, efficient and effective services.

We were one of the first NHS Innovation Hubs formed by the Department of Health in 2001, and with over 200 years of combined NHS experience, TRUSTECH are the NHS Innovation Experts.

We bring a wealth of knowledge to the region and the Greater Manchester healthcare innovation arena, and will be looking to provide the necessary assets, skills and expertise to support the evolving Academic Health Science System, and to help Devo Manc to succeed.

This page will provide a central repository of Devo Manc information and, more specifically, topics which touch on health and social care.

It is intended to be the ‘go to’ place for NHS staff, employers, patients, Medtech SMEs, companies and industry.

Check back regularly for news and updates.

Devo Manc and the NHS

Strategic plan update: ‘Taking charge of our health and social care in Greater Manchester’

The final draft of the strategic plan was published in December and all 10 draft locality plans will be signed off by local Health and Wellbeing boards in the next few weeks. The plans intend to ensure that health and social care services are largely delivered where they are required; in the community near to […]

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The future for primary care in Greater Manchester

Friday 15th July 2016 Central Manchester This seminar will be a timely opportunity to assess the early impact of the devolved health and social care budget on primary care in Greater Manchester. It will bring together policy makers involved in the devolution programme with key stakeholders including primary healthcare and allied professionals, health consumer organisations, […]

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Single hospital service for Manchester

Central Manchester University Hospitals, University Hospitals of South Manchester and Pennine Acute Hospitals have recently announced plans to deliver a more effective, consistent and collaborative service across Greater Manchester. Driven in part by Greater Manchester Devolution, the Single Hospital Service will enable the three Trusts to work together to improve patient care and enhance research […]

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Taking Charge campaign

Recently launched, this communications campaign is being used to enable people to take charge and responsibility to look after themselves and each other within the whole Greater Manchester community. There is a role for everyone from the individual to the family, the community, the voluntary sector and public bodies. Some examples of the work being […]

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New Economy seminar – NHS Devolution: creating a fully integrated health and social care system

22nd October 2015, 0900-1015 The Board Room, New Economy, Churchgate House, 56 Oxford Street, Manchester Stuart Cowley, Director for Adult Social Care and Health, Wigan Council Dr Ranjit Gill, Chief Clinical Officer, Stockport CCG Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director, Health and Social Care Reform From April 2016, Greater Manchester will have full control of the ¬£6bn […]

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