|NHS South West London Integrated Care Board takes on statutory duties from 1 July 2022 as part of South West London Integrated Care System and the changes brought into force by the 2022 Health and Social Care Act. Integrated Care Systems are partnerships of organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined up health and care services to improve the lives of people in their area.|
There are two parts of the South West London Integrated Care System:
The Integrated Care Board (ICB) decides how our South West London NHS budget is spent and develops plans to improve people’s health, deliver higher quality care, and better value for money. The ICB will make the decisions about how health and care is planned and paid for locally.
The Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is a committee that brings the NHS together with other key partners, like local authorities, to develop a strategy to enable the Integrated Care System to improve health and wellbeing in its area.
NHS South West London ICB also takes over responsibilities from NHS South West London Clinical Commissioning Group which ceases to exist at the end of June 2022.
Items for discussion at the first ICB meeting will include:
The next steps for Primary Care Integration: the Fuller stocktake
Addressing health inequalities
Improving Care through Population Health Management
How to join the meeting
Our ICB Board meeting is open to all members of the public and you are welcome to join us in person or you can watch live on MS Teams here. A recording of the meeting will be posted on our website within 24 hours of the meeting having taken place.
Agenda and papers
The full meeting pack which includes the agenda and papers for the first meeting of the ICB is now available here. The supporting annexes for agenda item number 5 can be found here.
Questions for the Board can be emailed in advance of the meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on Thursday 30 June. We will respond to all questions either at the meeting or in writing.