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Integrated Commissioning strategies and reports

Integrated care is all about joining up health and social care services so that you get the right care you need, at the right time, in the right place - regardless of who may be providing the care.

Integrated Commissioning strategies

Integrated commissioning aims to:

  • improve health and wellbeing outcomes for the local population
  • reduce inequalities in health and wellbeing of the local population
  • improve people's experience of care
  • improve the sustainability of our health and wellbeing system

We'll achieve these aims through commissioning in line with four integrated commissioning strategies. The strategies apply to health and wellbeing services commissioned for Plymouth and the health services commissioned for South Hams and West Devon.

Commissioning an integrated system for population health and wellbeing (PDF) [2MB]

Glossary (PDF) [283KB]


Wellbeing Needs Assessment (PDF) [3MB]

Wellbeing Strategy (PDF) [2MB]

Children and Young People

Children and Young People Needs Assessment (PDF) [12MB]

Children and Young People Strategy (PDF) [1MB]


Community Needs Assessment (PDF) [11MB]

Community Strategy (PDF) [1MB]

Enhanced and Specialised Care

Enhanced and Specialised Care Needs Assessment (PDF) [7MB]

Enhanced and Specialised Care Strategy (PDF) [912KB]


Integrated Commissioning Strategy Action Plans 2017 - 2019 (gi.ui.mediatype.powerpoint) [568KB]

 Integrated health and wellbeing system performance scorecard August 2019 (PDF) [209KB]

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