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Independent review of London STPs

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Independent review of London STPs

The capital’s complex and cluttered health and care system is hampering plans to improve Londoners’ health, according to a new report from the King’s Fund.

The report on sustainability and transformation partnerships in London, commissioned by the Mayor of London, reviews the progress made over the past year by the capital’s five sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), new bodies established to implement local plans for the future of health and care services. It finds evidence of improvements in services for patients in boroughs and neighbourhoods across London which are often supported by the partnerships, but that its STPs are less advanced than those in many other parts of England.