Welsh Government’s plan A Healthier Wales sets out our vision for health and care in Wales. It encourages health and social care organisations to develop new ways of working together to improve the response to local needs. The projects on this map are just some examples of new ways of working and new models of care that are helping to meet the aims of A Healthier Wales

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    Welsh Government’s plan A Healthier Wales sets out our vision for health and care in Wales. It encourages health and …

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21 September 2021
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A Healthier Wales, Health, Iechyd, Regional Partnership Board, Social Care
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This map shows where the projects are located on a Regional Partnership Board level. The projects listed are just a selection of the many that are being de…

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Jan. 1, 2018, midnight - Dec. 31, 2021, midnight
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Derivation of Regional Partnership Boards RPBs have been established as part of the Social Services and Well Being Act to: •improve the well-being of the population, •improve how health and care services are delivered. All Regional Partnership Boards must: • produce a regional population assessments produce a regional area plan, • provide a regional annual report, • demonstrate citizen engagement and co-production. The local health board boundaries have the same geographical footprint as the regional partnership boards. Therefore, to represent the regional partnership board’s data has been mapped to local health board boundaries. <b>Data</b> The digital vector boundaries for Local Health Boards in Wales, as at April 2019 have been used. These boundaries are the (BFC) Full resolution - clipped to the coastline (Mean High Water mark). <b>Boundary data source attribution:</b> Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government Licence v.3.0 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right [2021].
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