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Integrated Care Delivery Forum

Working in close collaboration with integrated care systems (ICSs) and other stakeholders, PPP’s Integrated Care Delivery Forum is a programme that highlights exactly how ICSs are making placebased, personalised care a reality and the impact this is having on individual citizens and communities. 

Integrated Care Delivery Forum 2024

PPP’s Integrated Care Delivery Forum connects key health and care stakeholders for localised debate and networking, focussing on developing impact-driven, results-orientated insights. 

Working in close collaboration with ICSs and other stakeholders, PPP has created a programme that highlights exactly how ICSs are making place-based, personalised care a reality and the impact this is having on individual citizens and communities. 

The Delivery Forum also provides a helping hand to integrated care boards (ICBs) grappling with workforce challenges and service pressures by connecting system leaders with other service providers, on-the-ground innovators and industry experts. 

In 2024, the Delivery Forum will consist of three major theatres, hosting carefully selected arrays of stakeholders and specialists, with each tackling a specific topic area: System Transformation, Medicines Optimisation, and Data and Analytics.

System Transformation Theatre

Integrated care systems are only just entering their second year of existence and are at differing levels of maturity. While some ICSs have made good progress in developing system-level approaches to service delivery, they have all been hindered by wider service pressures, financial constraints and workforce shortages. 

The System Transformation Theatre tackles some of the big debates in integrated care and will highlight new opportunities for wider sector reform. This is where senior system leaders will update local and national audiences on the progress of integrated care and how the sector is collaborating to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities. 


  • National figureheads in health and care  
  • Senior ICB leadership 
  • Other senior stakeholders 
  • Selected industry representatives 

Medicines Optimisation Theatre

Achieving financial savings is a core pressure on ICSs and effective medicines optimisation strategies have the potential to help deliver these savings. But the value of medicines and indeed, the wider pharmacy, sector extends beyond balancing the books and must be properly leveraged to achieve the goals of integrated care. With the expansion of pharmacy services, medicines optimisation strategies must be effectively joined up with other facets of primary care to support medicines access, as well as to contribute to population health management and the reduction of health inequalities. 

With the future role of the pharmacy sector coming under increasing debate, now is the time for key stakeholders to join this vital conversation. Join chief pharmacists, primary care stakeholders and ICS leadership in the Medicines Optimisation Theatre to tackle the challenges facing the sector and contribute to the elevation of pharmacy as a system-wide strategic asset. 

Data and Analytics Theatre

How the NHS and wider health and care system leverages data and analytics will be critical to the future of healthcare delivery. The ability to derive population health insights from data at a national scale promises to transform the relationship between citizens and the NHS, and enable the shift towards a modernised system that empowers individuals to stay healthy through personalised, holistic care.  

The integration of data and analytics capabilities will be critical for the NHS, enabling better operational and business intelligence insights that will support effective and efficient resource allocation, ultimately improving patient care. System leaders need a forum through which they can connect with data and analytics experts, both locally and nationally. 

In partnership with AnalystX, PPP is holding a Data and Analytics Theatre that will connect key national stakeholders and ICS leadership with analytics experts for interactive debate and discussion. These sessions will highlight data-driven case studies and help attendees develop locally responsive, data-driven health and care strategies, as well as explore how data analytics can drive resource optimisation, workforce planning and high-quality operational insights.  

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Integrated Care Delivery Forum 2024

The Integrated Care Delivery Forum 2024 builds on the foundations of the ICS Roadshow and ICS Delivery Forum 2023, continuing to connect key health and care stakeholders for localised debate and networking. In 2024, this will comprise of two in-person full day events, hosted in Birmingham in May and London in November.

All PPP events are free for the Public Sector including NHS Organisations, Local Authorities, academics, researchers, not-for-profit and third sector providers, and charitable sectors.  A limited amount of Private Sector Tickets (suppliers) are available at £499.99 per ticket.

Benefits of attending:

  • Discover what integrated care means to you and your profession
  • Connect with your local ICS leaders to gain vital insight on the progress of the integrated care
  • Hear about examples of best practice from ICS trailblazers in your region
  • Share ideas with colleagues from across the sector to highlight best practice and scale innovation
  • Network with key stakeholders to develop new partnerships to transform service delivery

Who you will meet:

  • ICS leadership
  • Local authority leadership
  • Local NHS leaders
  • Clinicians, nurses and other health and care staff
  • Social care providers
  • Industry experts
  • Local community leaders
  • Patient and end user representatives

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If you work for a commercial organisation and want to find out more about how you can be involved in PPP’s Integrated Care Delivery Forum 2024, contact Lee Davies on

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*Bayer has provided sponsorship funding for this series and has played a role in shaping the topic of this report, as well as contributing to the discussion. No speakers or contributors have received honoraria for their participation in this roundtable. Public Policy Projects has maintained complete editorial control, with Bayer reviewing this material in accordance with the relevant industry Code.

*Several sponsors have provided sponsorship funding for this conference. No speakers/contributors have received honoraria for their participation in this event. Public Policy Projects has retained full editorial control unless stated otherwise with individual sponsors reviewing this material in line with their relevant industry Code.

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