Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) are led by those providing health and social care services in each locality.
Each of the 17 ICPs consists of a Partnership Committee that meets on at least a quarterly basis and includes:
An ICP chairperson is elected by the members and carries out an important leadership role in helping the members to fulfil their role, guiding the work of the ICP and ensuring that a co-design and co-production approach is taken to all of the ICPs work.
Each Partnership Committee carries out work through meeting at least four times per year, to discuss, agree and implement changes that are needed in its locality.
The current ICP chairpersons talk about their experiences in the video below
To hear more the ICP chairpersons and ICP achievements click here.
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