Putting young people at the centre of today’s and tomorrow’s care

By Richard Betts | 10 September 2019

Improvement and interoperability go hand in hand when it comes to delivering children’s services fit for the 21st Century. But what does that look like in reality? How can local authorities overcome the legacy obstacles they often face and harness the benefits of interoperable systems?

Most of us would agree that it would almost be easier to start with a blank sheet rather than the current situation which sees local authorities tied to legacy systems; but as this is unlikely to be the case, providers are today working together for better digital care, so that local councils can deliver a faster, more efficient, more effective service to their citizens.

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