• Wednesday 10 March

    At the end of last year, NHS England and NHS Improvement outlined plans for the NHS to focus on collaboration between partners. There is a clearly stated goal for joined-up working at ‘place’ level, underpinned by ‘place leadership’. This is therefore a critical period for health and care providers who will want to identify and secure their place in this new arrangement.

    For many Trusts and Community Interest Companies, including community care provider, mental health providers, primary care services and adult social care, there is now a time limited opportunity to get on the front foot.

    Bevan Brittan and Mutual Ventures offered this free webinar which will help leaders start to think through some of the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead. We were joined by leaders from the sector who discussed their own experience of collaboration and partnership building.

    The webinar covered:
    • The ICS roadmap – where have we got to on the journey and what is the final destination?
    • An overview of ICS and provider collaborative models – specifically covering accountability, governance and operational considerations
    • The options for providers – including case studies presented by sector colleagues

    NB: Bevan Brittan and Mutual Ventures have been working in partnership for a number of years, providing a blend of business, commercial and legal support to NHS and independent providers seeking to find their place in the new health and care system. This has often involved the exploration and implementation of partnerships with other providers.

    Chair: John Copps (MV)

    • Carly Caton, Bevan Brittan
    • Matt Carter, Mutual Ventures
    • Monique Carayol, Director of Strategy and Transformation, Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust
    • James Wilson, Transformation Director, Community Services Partnership Working across Mid and South Essex

    Q&A Facilitation: Letitia Winterflood-Blood

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