What is the UKIA?
Relationships and connections which facilitate effective sharing and learning between experts in different fields relating to improving health and care.
Infrastructure - both cultural (e.g. creating safe space) and physical (e.g. communications systems) built to maximise quality, ease and range of effective relationships.
Facilitated innovative face-to-face and online events - regular webinars on relevant topics and bi-annual conferences.
Ability to work together with like-minded others to better solve common issues, with central facilitation support and connections to external expertise.
Membership of a collective, critical mass of organisations working together to bid for significant funding opportunities to drive further improvement and evidence for improvement.
Opportunities for members to work collaboratively with different types of organisation within and between countries.
Greater influence on national policy through working as a collective of organisations committed to improvement and innovation.
Greater visibility of members offers, opportunities for showcasing and connections domestically and internationally.
Greater opportunity for members to work with and learn from organisations outside health and outside UK.