Better Care Exchange

The Better Care Exchange is a collaborative, online space for sharing learning, information and good practice on delivering better integrated health and social care, and implementing Better Care Fund plans. It works as a “learning hub” that pools the knowledge and skills of the leading organisations and individuals across health and social care.

The Better Care Exchange is free to use and offers easy to access information to those involved in health and care, to help us work together more effectively and deliver better care to more people. It will help you to:

  • collaborate with and learn from colleagues in health and social care through online discussions and communities of interest
  • access good practice on better integrated and joined up care
  • keep up to date with the latest integration resources and products

Further information is available from the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) website.

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2 Comments

Jason Fahy 5 Years Ago - Edited
Thanks Philippa, I wonder why go to the expense of another collaboration platform when Knowledge Hub is available and already supporting groups interested in integrated health and social care? The cost could be better used for research/pilots. Regards Jason
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Cecil Sinclair 5 Years Ago
Hello Jason, Just to provide some clarification, the Better Care Exchange was set up to be a joint online learning and sharing platform for all professionals and relevant others working to deliver better, more integrated care across health and social care. It was set up to replace the ICASE platform, which ceased to exist at the end of March this year. Knowledge Hub remains however, an important place for sharing learning and information across local government.