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What is Health Builders?

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Health Builders, a movement to transform services for children's health


What is Health Builders?

Health Builders is the network through which commissioners and NHS trusts have agreed to work together to transform the delivery of services for children young people and their families.

Health Builders works through existing organisations to deliver improvements.

What does Health Builders do?

Health Builders has been asked to lead the design and delivery of pathways which will improve quality and deliver better outcomes.

The Health Builder Pathway approach is simple, it is an outcome focused tool which empowers patients and constantly reminds professionals of their core purpose.

The pathway speaks directly to children, young people and their parents, making it clear ‘their entitlement’ from NHS services. The pathway makes clear what children, young people and their families should experience if national (NICE) guidance is properly adhered to. In this way the pathway also holds professionals to account.

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