Our response to the integration white paper questions for implementation
Georgia Butterworth explores how trusts are working with a wide range of system partners at place level, and other trusts in provider collaboratives, to deliver high quality care to patients.
Our briefing draws out the key points, including DHSC’s plans to publish statutory guidance on the integrated care strategy in July 2022, and provides some initial analysis.
This briefing summarises the health and social care integration white paper and sets out our initial analysis of the implications for trusts.
In this briefing, we summarise the ambitions set out in the white paper, and the accompanying policies to be implemented over the next three years.
This briefing summarises NSHE/I's new Guide to developing a scheme of reservation and delegation for integrated care boards
Georgia Butterworth and Toby Lewis explore how place serves as the real testing ground for local government and health services working together to prioritise population health.
Georgia Butterworth explores the aspects of system working that are currently preoccupying trust leaders, with six months to go until integrated care systems (ICSs) become statutory bodies.
Our Next day briefing summarises the Department of Health and Social Care's Integrated Care Partnership engagement document
This briefing summarises NHSE/I's new resources to help systems prepare to establish statutory ICS arrangements and sets out our initial analysis of the implications for trusts
This briefing summarises NHS England and NHS Improvement's guidance on the functions and governance of the integrated care board, and the model constitution
This briefing sets out the operating model for ICSs from April 2022, after the enactment of the Health and Care Bill which will place ICSs on a statutory footing.