Upcoming webinars to explore top issues facing leaders in ICSs and how to make them successful
A joint venture between the Local Government Association (LGA), NHS Providers, NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHS Confederation sees a new webinar series launch about making sense of integrated care systems (ICSs).
Aimed chairs, non-executive directors, councillors and more, the lunchtime webinars will discuss the top issues facing leaders within ICSs and explore what it will take to make ICSs.
According to NHS Confederation, the success of ICSs will depend on local leaders across health, local government and the community collaborating in new ways to improve outcomes for their local populations where it makes sense to do so.
The webinars will explore the top issues facing leaders. Each webinar will include expert introductions to the theme alongside local leaders sharing their practical experiences and learning, to support local leaders to think through what it will take to make ICSs succeed.
Taking place in September, the webinars will explore the role and influence of local leaders, the ICS design Framework, governance, accountabilities and what good looks like and engaging and co-producing with communities.
The webinars are taking place on the following dates:
- Tuesday, 21 September 2021, 12.45pm to 2pm – NED and councillor engagement: What does good look like?
- Tuesday, 28 September 2021, 12.45pm to 2pm – Co-producing with and engaging communities: What does good look like?
These webinars are presented as part of the System Transformation Peer Support Programme, which is jointly delivered by the LGA, NHS Providers, NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS Confederation and the ICS Network.
This support programme offers peer reviews, workshops, webinars and bespoke support to support local leaders develop their partnerships, including ICSs and place-based partnerships.