Healthy Ageing Collaborative 

A Healthy Ageing Collaborative has been established to support the development of new, evidence-based models of care for older people with frailty. The Collaborative is a network of primary care clinicians, health and car proffesional, academics, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), local authorities, voluntary sector representatives and industry partners.

Networking, shared learning and knowledge transfer opportunities across the Collaborative are supporting primary care and commissioners to improve the quality of care for people living with frailty and better target resources to offer people with frailty evidence-based interventions and more appropriate, proactive, goal-orientated care to help improve their health and wellbeing


The Future

The Healthy Ageing Collaborative will continue to support health and care professionals to improve the quality of care for people living with frailty. The Collaborative will evidence improvements using data routinely collected in primary care. We are currently supporting a return on investment analysis of three frailty interventions in partnership with the York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC).