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.

What's New Connect Health Change Webinars

Delivering the 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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Hertfordshire IAPT compliant Counselling Service

In Hertfordshire, the Council’s vision and overall aim is that people experiencing mental health issues can access timely and responsive emotional and/or mental health support delivered through evidence based IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) compliant therapies.

Connect Health is delighted to be part of the Hertfordshire IAPT Counselling Service Framework. Working in partnership with other IAPT providers, Connect Health delivers free IAPT compliant counselling for adults and young people aged sixteen and over living in Hertfordshire with common mental health problems.

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Case Studies
You do more in the group exercise classes, you do it properly and you meet new people.

Petra Jahn, 63 from Milton Keynes tells us, after 5 operations on her hip and being off-work for 4 years, how her health is gradually improving through group exercise classes.

Blog
Quality assuring the multidisciplinary MSK workforce – Q&A Summary

As part of the Connect Health Change webinar series, we present the Q&A summary from our panel who discuss Health Inequalities – unfair and avoidable

News
Spice of life: The variety of MDT is the route to excellence, say MSK experts – and the time for action is now

Bold thinking and standardised assessment can drive services forward, finds latest webinar   ‘Quality assuring the multidisciplinary MSK workforce’ was the subject of Connect Health‘s latest Change webinar on Wednesday 4th May, focusing on the potential of multidisciplinary working, and