The Integrated Care Summit North: Challenges and best practice
Integrated care is about giving people the support they need, joining up across local councils, the NHS, and other partners. It removes traditional divisions between hospitals and family doctors, between physical and mental health, and between NHS and council services.
ICSs (integrated care systems) are seen by NHS leaders as the future of health and care integration in England. The NHS Long Term Plan and now the Government’s white paper on health and care reform both place ICSs at the heart of the NHS.
As of April 2021, there are 42 ICSs covering every area in England. All 42 are expected to be fully operational by April 2022. The ongoing development of ICSs presents both challenges and opportunities for doctors.
Our upcoming event will provide NHS healthcare leaders from across primary, social and secondary care sectors with a secure and high-value platform to discuss the key challenges and benefits of the integrated care strategy.
Convenzis events are highly regarded for their ability to drive strategic level change and transformation within the healthcare industry. Our events bring together senior healthcare leaders and decision-makers from across the NHS and wider healthcare sector, with the aim of identifying and implementing innovative approaches to address the most pressing challenges facing the industry today.
THE INTEGRATED CARE SUMMIT NORTH: CHALLENGES AND BEST PRACTICE KEY SUBJECTS
The latest Government-led health and social care White Paper is based on 3 core areas of improvement:
- Working together and supporting integration
- Reducing bureaucracy
- Improving accountability and enhancing public confidence
Additional measures include a range of specific and targeted proposals relating to social care, public health, and quality and safety.
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