Working with the NHS

Working with the NHS

Connect Health, working with the NHS in partnership for almost three decades, is the largest, independent provider of evidence based, clinically driven community musculoskeletal, including orthopaedics, pain, mental health/IAPT, rheumatology and physiotherapy in the UK.

MSK includes a range of different clinicians, including specialist consultants, helping to diagnose and treat problems with joints, muscles and tendons.

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Working with the NHS

Connect Health, working with the NHS in partnership for almost three decades, is the largest, independent provider of evidence based, clinically driven community musculoskeletal, including orthopaedics, pain, mental health/IAPT, rheumatology and physiotherapy in the UK.

MSK includes a range of different clinicians, including specialist consultants, helping to diagnose and treat problems with joints, muscles and tendons.

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Right care, right place, right time.

Connect Health is passionate about improving the lives for patients living with MSK and mental health conditions.
With a firm focus on delivering the right care, in the right place, at the right time, Connect Health is determined to raise the quality and efficiency of MSK, mental health and pain community service provision across whole systems.

Our innovative model of care and infrastructure minimises waste, using performance data to achieve 30% service efficiency across our newly mobilised contracts, reducing NHS patients’ average waiting times from 10-12 weeks to just 2-4 days for first contact with a physiotherapist, enabling better outcomes and relieving increasing pressures on primary and secondary care.

Connect Health and the NHS – working together

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Working in partnership with Nottingham

Connect Health demonstrates further operational efficiencies and improves patient outcomes.

Working in partnership with Nottingham West CCG and Nottingham North & East CCG (NW & NNE) to provide the MSK service since April 2016, Connect Health is proud to release updated figures relating to efficiencies and outcomes, up to April 2019.

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What's new

Case Studies
Improving patient access to much needed care and advice

PhysioNow® in Wales: Evaluation summary, an innovative digital care project with the Welsh Government and NHS Wales Covid-19 Digital Solutions Fund.

Blog
Staff wellbeing, support and communication between colleagues during Covid has been the biggest benefit

As we celebrate International Nurses’ Day on 12 May and reflect on the achievements made over the last year, Connect Health’s Shamina Martin, Pain Nurse Specialist in Lincolnshire, shares how she came to work in pain services, the support received and the impact of the pandemic on effectively supporting people living in persistent pain.

News
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With mixed reactions from pain sufferers and healthcare professionals alike, Connect Health’s latest Change webinar, leading pain experts hotly debated the study.