Exploring new opportunities for engaging with the health and care market place in Staffordshire - survey 2019

Closed 1 Mar 2019

Opened 9 Jan 2019


Are you a provider of health and care services, a registered social landlord (RSL), a developer with an interest in designing homes for adults with complex health or adult social care needs in Staffordshire?  If so, please read on...

Staffordshire County Council has a range of regular and one-off mechanisms to engage with care and support providers.  However, we think there is the potential to further build on how we engage jointly with our key partners and the health and care market.  For example, Together We're Better is one of our key local partnerships of NHS, local government and voluntary sector organisations which is working collectively to support integration and market innovation to transform health and care services to deliver better and more joined up care for local people.

Through capitalising on our engagement opportunities, we aim to support a vibrant, diverse and sustainable marketplace that can adapt to meet the needs of all health and care users in Staffordshire and meet the expectations of all purchasers of health and care, including those people who pay for their own care.      

We are seeking your views on additional opportunities to help us achieve this.  We invite feedback from all relevant organisations, whether we currently work with you or not, on your experience of our current engagement mechanisms, and to help us decide on what any new or additional engagement would look like.  

This survey has now closed.  Thank you for sharing your views.

Please note that your response may be shared with Together We're Better. 

Thank you for your support with this project.  We will share feedback on the outcome of this work on Staffordshire County Council's Consultations and feedback and Information for Providers websites. 


  • All Areas


  • Businesses
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Stakeholders
  • Health professionals
  • Providers
  • Partners


  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Public health