Webinar 4: The future of place – planning recovery in partnership
Integrated care webinar series 2020/21
This webinar is part of the Integrated Care webinar series being delivered by the System Transformation Team at NHS England and Improvement, in partnership with SCIE and NHS Confederation. It looks at the future of place and how to galvanise place-based partnerships that support Integrated Care System (ICS) to develop and help plan towards recovery from COVID-19.
The webinar is the fourth in a series of Integrated Care Webinars to support ICS development delivered jointly by NHS Confederation, NHS England and Improvement and SCIE. We are jointly sharing good practice and discussing practical solutions to issues that systems may be facing as part of their ICS journey and in their response to COVID-19
There have been many good examples of joint working during the pandemic: GPs working closely with care homes to bring people more seamless and responsive care; successful collaborative working between the NHS and Local Government to make the best use of volunteers; rapid integration of hospital discharge teams to ensure that patients are discharged safely into their homes or residential care.
This webinar explores how we build on and strengthen relationships in local places. It will look at how we build cohesive place-based plans for the recovery, resetting and renewal of health and care services. It will also look at the lessons from NHS Confederation and SCIE’s report: From place based to place led: a whole place approach to integrating care systems.
Who: NHS England and Improvement System Transformation team, SCIE and NHS Confederation.
Audience: ICS and STP leaders (system PCN leads, PHM leads and programme directors), primary care staff, local government, voluntary and third sector colleagues.
- Paul Burstow, Chair of SCIE and Chair, Hertfordshire and West Essex STP
- Richard Murray, The King’s Fund
- Donna Hall, Chair, New Local Government Network
- Cllr Tim Swift, Leader, Calderdale Council & Chair, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership.