Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre (108 Stamford St, London SE1 9NH)
On 1 July 2022, South East London Integrated Care Board (ICB) will be established. As a newly created statutory body, the ICB will now support and build upon existing health and care partnerships established by our Integrated Care System (ICS) – Our Healthier South East London.
The board will be meeting in public for the first time on Friday 1 July from 12.15pm at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre (108 Stamford St, London SE1 9NH), and members of the public are invited to observe. From 12.15pm, members of the public will be able to join a public open forum and the formal meeting starts at 1pm. The meeting will be an opportunity to hear from members of the board, learn more about the ICB and the broader ICS and ask questions.
Due to the capacity of the venue, the number of attendees may need to be limited. If you would like to attend the board meeting, please contact us on Selccg.email@example.com by 5pm Monday 27 June.
Members of the public are welcome to submit questions in advance of the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions before 5pm on Monday 27 June. Questions received after this time may have to be responded to following the meeting.
Integrated care is about giving people the support they need, joined up across local councils, the NHS, and other partners including social care providers, voluntary and community enterprise sector and charities.
Integrated care involves partnerships of organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined up health and care services to improve the lives of people in their area, improving population health and reducing inequalities. Find out more at www.england.nhs.uk/integratedcare
What are integrated care systems?
Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) are partnerships of organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined up health and care services to improve the lives of people in their area. They will be responsible for how health and care is planned, paid for and delivered.
The Health and Care Act 2022 will establish 42 ICSs across England on a statutory basis. Each Integrated Care System will have two statutory elements, an Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) and Integrated Care Board (ICB).
• an Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) – a statutory committee jointly formed between the NHS Integrated Care Board and all upper-tier local authorities that fall within the ICS area. The ICP will bring together a broad alliance of partners concerned with improving the care, health and wellbeing of the population, with membership determined locally. The ICP is responsible for producing an integrated care strategy on how to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the population in the ICS area.
• an Integrated Care Board (ICB) – a statutory NHS organisation responsible for developing a plan for meeting the health needs of the population, managing the NHS budget and arranging for the provision of health services in the ICS area. When ICBs are legally established, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) will be abolished. NHS South East London is the south east London ICB.
ICSs have four key purposes: 1 – improving outcomes in population health and healthcare; 2 – tackling inequalities in outcomes, experience and access; 3 – enhancing productivity and value for money; 4 – supporting broader social and economic development
NHS South East London
Clinical Commissioning Group
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London SE1 2TZ
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020 8176 5330