Better Care Exchange – the social network for the health and social care sector

The Better Care Exchange is a collaborative, social network for health and social care professionals. It enables networking, information and knowledge sharing on good practice for delivering better integrated care, and implementing Better Care Fund plans.

It works as a ‘learning hub’ that pools the knowledge and skills of leading organisations and professionals across the health and social care sector.

The Better Care Exchange offers free, easy-to-access information to those involved in health and care, to help us work together more effectively and deliver better care to more people.

Sir John Oldham introduction

Play a short film about the Better Care Exchange, introduced by Sir John Oldham, Chair of the Independent Commission on Whole Person Care

The Better Care Support team has re-launched the Better Care Exchange (BCE) on an improved platform. The Exchange is the primary mechanism for sharing and communication on the BCF.

To request access to the BCE, please email

You can also keep up to date with the BCF by registering for the weekly BCF bulletin. Please email

How the Better Care Exchange can help you

The Better Care Exchange is free to use and will help you to:

The Better Care Exchange supports:

The Better Care Exchange brings together knowledge and best practice from a range of programmes including:

The Exchange was co-designed with practitioners, people who use services and carers. It has been commissioned by the Better Care Support Team and produced by KPMG, SCIE, PPL and The Berkeley Partnership.

Contact the Better Care Support Team