We've teamed up with the Local Government Association (LGA), NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC), the NHS Confederation and their ICS network to offer a range of free, bespoke support for local health and care systems. Our aim is for local partners to forge new collaborative partnerships, build shared understanding and agree their collective next steps.
Building on two successful phases of peer support, we are offering a menu of peer support tailored to the needs of your local partnership. This includes one-to-one peer mentoring, peer-facilitated workshops and peer reviews of your system working (all of which can take place online). Requests for peer-led support can be made and delivered at any level, whether that be system, place or locality.
Jointly, our four organisations bring together expertise from providers of NHS care, local authorities and local commissioners, making us uniquely qualified and equipped to help you build effective relationships across organisational boundaries.
Click on the links below to find out more about each aspect of the offer and how we could help your local system.
The Local Government Association (LGA) , NHS Providers, NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHS Confederation are collaborating on a series of Tuesday lunchtime webinars, beginning in July and continuing in the autumn. For chairs, non-executive directors, councillors, local government officers and lay members. The webinars will explore the top issues facing leaders. Each webinar will include expert introductions to the theme alongside local leaders sharing their practical experiences and learning, to support local leaders to think through what it will take to make ICSs succeed.
Our next webinar will take place on Tuesday 5 October, from 12:45 - 14:00, and will focus on the recently published Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) engagement document. Jointly developed by the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and the LGA, it is intended to help systems prepare to establish ICPs from April 2022, subject to the passage of the Health and Care Bill through Parliament.
To book a workshop or peer review or to find out more about how we can help, contact: