To create a health and social care system designed in partnership with the community – not by academic institutions, systemic habit or outdated hierarchical systems.

To facilitate the coproduction of health and social care services in a way that is empowering to all – holding both the provider and commissioners to account.

To change the dynamic between communities and professionals to generate better, more sustainable health and social care outcome.

To break down barriers, allowing all voices to become effective catalysts of change.

To proactively address the financial and social deficit, so that long-term health outcomes are not only protected but renewed and improved.