Have your say on the first co-production charter for Hackney and City
Local residents and patients can give feedback on the first-ever Co-production Charter for Health and Social Care in Hackney and City.
We have drawn up the Co-production Charter based on feedback and ideas shared by over 70 residents at our People as Partners: Co-production Conference in July. The conference was an opportunity for local people to set out their vision for co-production and co-produce the principles they want to make it happen.
Co-production is defined as designing, reshaping or delivering services in equal partnership with the people who use them in order to create better services and outcomes.
The charter sets out the rights people can expect from health and social care organisations in Hackney and the City of London for the co-production of health and social care services. It also sets out the responsibilities of people engaged in co-production and expected ways of working when co-producing services.
The consultation on the Co-production Charter has now closed and the final version will be available soon. The charter will go to the City Integrated Commissioning Board, Hackney Integrated Commissioning Board, and Hackney and City Health and Social Care Transformation Board for endorsement in October. The boards are made-up of senior leaders from local health and care organisations that we expect to sign-up to the charter and implement its principles.
Read the full conference report including summaries of group discussions on how to make co-production happen.