Innovation for Healthcare Inequalities Programme

The Innovation for Healthcare Inequalities Programme (InHIP) aims to reduce healthcare inequalities by improving access to proven healthcare innovations for people living in deprivation and those experiencing other barriers to healthcare access. In this way, the programme aligns with the national Core20PLUS5 strategy.

In south London, the HIN worked with Southeast and Southwest London ICSs to identify solutions which met the needs of the local population, and selected implementation areas where there were some of the greatest gaps in access.

In partnership with clinical and local place-based teams, the HIN are delivering three projects within the InHIP portfolio.

  1. InHIP Maternity
  2. InHIP Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
  3. InHIP Respiratory

Nationally, the programme is a unique collaboration between the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC), NHS England’s National Healthcare Inequalities Improvement Programme and the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and is being delivered in partnership with integrated care systems (ICSs).

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