Hosted by Public Policy Projects
Navigating a new landscape for health and care
Public Policy Projects and the Integrated Care Journal (ICJ) are coming together to create a new forum for integrated care, national policy delivered locally. Monitoring progress and challenging the aspirations of integrated care, region by region.
This autumn ICJ and PPP will host a series of regional conference events across the country. Each event will convene health and care system leaders along with key stakeholders to debate the challenges and opportunities that integrated care creates for their localities.
With ICSs taking up statutory footing in July, ICS leaders must now move from a period of system transformation to one of service transformation.
PPP’s ICS Roadshow offers a unique opportunity to engage with local health and care leaders, to identify challenges and opportunities of integrated care in specific localities. This series of practical, interactive forums will allow for debate on the key issues facing local system leaders.
Taking a localised approach to the ICS debate also presents opportunities for carers and clinicians on the ground to share their concerns about system pressures, creating compelling and insightful testimony on the reality of delivering integrated care.
Audiences will consist of local ICS leaders and representatives from the NHS, social care, primary care and local government, as well as community workers and social prescribing specialists. Further, the ICS Roadshow will engage with patients and end-users to gather first-hand experience of receiving care within a system in dire need of reform.
- What is different about this latest form of system transformation?
- What are the metrics that will define success?
- How will providers ensure that system transformation leads to service transformation for end users?
- Can the system engage in a system-wide culture change process?
- Digital transformation and data infrastructure
- The links between primary, social and community care
- Prevention, early intervention and health inequality
While these core topics will run throughout discussion at each regional event, much of the debate will be defined by local issues. These locations have been selected because they represent different health systems facing unique health challenges and the Roadshow will draw comparisons between them.
In our view, dissecting transformation progress at a local level is the only true way of measuring the success of integrated care. As such, this Roadshow is a truly unique forum to engage with the ICS community.
Confirmed roadshow locations for Autumn 2022
In autumn 2022 the roadshow will head to these locations. Each conference will be a half day event, consisting of interactive panel debates, keynote presentations and an opportunity for networking at the end of each event at the drinks reception.
12:30 – 17:00
No. 22, The Light
12:30 – 17:00
27 Withy Grove
12:30 – 17:00