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The Primary Care Capability Service Level Alliance improves the patient experience by providing leadership to activities that support coordination and integration across primary care. 

The SLA focuses on providing strategic system leadership to enhancing and supporting the capability and capacity of general practice, and ‘future’ general practice (as opposed to the traditional models) that enables the provision of care that delivers a better patient experience.

The SLA was established in March 2018 by bringing together a number of elements and enablers from across the Canterbury health system that include Collaborative Care and the Integrated Family Health Service, Enhanced Capitation and its associated work groups and pharmacy.

Latest News

PCC SLA key messages - 12 February 2020

This news post provides a brief summary of the key messages from the most recent PCC SLA meeting.
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Winter wellness check in the community

In an attempt to keep hospital admissions down and people well in their homes this winter, some Canterbury general practices have been trialling a new winter wellness initiative.
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Key Messages: PCC SLA 28 December 2018

At the PCC SLA meeting 28 December 2018 members discussed the Enhanced Capitation, Canterbury's IFHS programme and sought further perspectives on the pressures on primary care and responses to addressing these.
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Useful resources

Enhancing Primary Care

Moving general practice from part of the system to heart of the system.

The King's Fund

A report on the innovative models of genral practice. 

National Health Service

A presentation about the vision for primary care networks in the UK.