On 1 July, Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) will become statutory bodies. The health and care system needs to adapt and work together to meet increased demand, provide better joined up care, and keep people well in the community.
Our four-year strategy is centred on the need to support our members to navigate this evolving landscape, supporting them to work collaboratively within and across systems. We also aim to influence and shape the emerging system, and to act as the established voice of providers, working within local systems.
Over the coming weeks and months, we will be sharing a series of resources, and will continue to develop and shape our wider influencing and support offer to:
In this blog, Hannah Hayes, considers how in the absence of a sustainable long-term funding settlement, trust leaders are working with their local social care partners in increasingly innovative ways.
Read our new report to learn more about some of the emerging benefits that provider collaboratives are working to realise, explore how trust leaders see the role of provider collaboratives developing within ICSs and identify some key enablers and risks trust boards need to consider.
In her latest blog, Saffron Cordery discusses the key role trusts in systems will play in driving transformation, as integrated care systems become statutory bodies under the new Health and Care Act.
This episode looks at the impact for Trusts of the Health and Care Act, examining how it reflects and formalises moves to greater integration, and how the changing landscape is providing opportunities for providers to adapt and expand their roles to improve care and help build healthier communities.
Supporting members to maximise the potential of greater provider collaboration, with a particular focus at scale.