Sparking change in public systems: the 100 day challenge

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15 July 2019
Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Health Services, Older Adults, Children and Young People
Social welfare
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The 100 Day Challenge enables front-line staff and citizens from across a health and care system to collaborate and experiment with new ways of working. These cross-organisational teams test new solutions that achieve real results for people and communities over a three-month period. Senior leaders are involved throughout, from setting the initial area of focus, to supporting the scale-up of successful ideas.

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