We are offering our members professional development to help them as leaders effectively deliver enduring transformation and integration that meets the healthcare needs of their local populations.
We currently have several offers including:
Peer Support Offer for Local Systems
We have worked with Local Government Association (LGA), NHS Providers and the NHS Confederation to develop a uniquely sector-led approach which offers support for sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) and local systems which voluntarily seek help from within the sector.
Our offer of support is based on using senior, experienced and credible peers who either work within the NHS and social care organisations or have very recent experience of leading and supporting local system working.
We can offer your local system leadership bespoke support comprising of the following options, however we will flex our approach as far as possible to meet local needs:
For more information about this offer please see this comprehensive guide.
Care and Health Improvement Programme
In collaboration with LGA, we have developed elements of the Care and Health Improvement Programme.
This support spans every step of the journey towards developing a fully integrated health and care system. It builds on our years of experience supporting systems across the country, and seeks to support local systems to implement the shared vision described in ‘Shifting the Centre of Gravity’.
The offer includes workshops and bespoke onsite support delivered by experienced system leaders from health, local government and social care who are able to identify where you are now and what more you need to do to accelerate the scale and pace of progress. There is also a wide selection of tools, guidance and good practice examples. This support falls broadly into three themes:
For more information on the Care and Health Improvement Programme please contact Julie Das-Thompson, Assistant Director of Policy: email@example.com
NHS Confederation regional support
NHSCC is part of the NHS Confederation, who have established a regional team to support the move towards more integrated working across health and care. The team will work with system leaders to identify how best to support peer learning and spread good practice on integration.
They will be creating seven regional integration networks to work on system and place-based issues with sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) and integrated care system (ICS) leaders, programme directors, and members of STP/ICS partnership boards.
For further information about the networks and the support they will provide, please contact Laura Langridge, senior programme manager, at Laura.Langridge@nhsconfed.org