Understanding your role as a registered manager within the integrated care system and the importance of developing and maintaining partnerships in social care.
At this free online event our expert panel explored:
Sussex Integrated Care System (ICS) are hosting an Infection Prevention Development Day on the 27th September 2023 at American Express Stadium, Brighton.
The day will support Infection Prevention Practitioners and Champions in meeting the Health and Social Care Act 2008 Regulation 12 and Care Quality Commission regulatory requirements.
Using electronic records to capture assessments, diagnostics, care plans and interactions with a person and their family are now commonplace within health and social care services
Resources, consultancy and training on integrating health, care and related services. Includes guides, models and evidence to support local areas, integrated care organisations, sustainability and transformation plans, care and health providers and commissioners.
Integrated care systems (ICSs) are the centrepiece of the biggest legislative overhaul of the NHS in a decade. From July 2022, England will be formally divided into 42 area-based ICSs, covering populations of around 500,000 to 3 million people.
Integrated care is about people only having to tell their story once to get the high-quality care and support that means they can live the lives they want. It presents the opportunity for joint working across service providers to ensure person-centred care, where choice and control is based on what matters to the person drawing on care and support.
This development series is based on insights and experience drawn from work with a number of Integrated Care Systems across England. It will explore what partnership working looks like across teams and organisations. What does this mean for leaders? It is co-designed with input from with the NHSLA and local representatives to understand their current challenges and opportunities. 6 modules in topics including Leading alongside your local communities and Improving the health of our local communities
The NHS across Sussex has set out the immediate and long-term priorities for improvement to health services for local people. Health and care services across the whole country …
These six principles of workforce integration were developed to support leaders, managers, practitioners and organisations to consider what is meant by integration. They encourage us to think about how workforce development can contribute to the implementation and sustainability of integration by focusing on personalised care and improving the lives of people drawing on care and support.
The Sussex Training Hub supports the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement in GP practices by ensuring the primary care workforce of today and tomorrow are trained in the right numbers, have the necessary skills at the right time and in the right place.
Throughout May we’re supporting you with #UnderstandingIntegration by highlighting what integrated health and care means and how you can get involved with the development of Integrated Care Systems.
Integration between health and social care has been widely discussed for many years. The passing of the Health and Care Act 2022 in April last year and the establishment of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) in July 2022 have been key in moving the process forward.
The landscape of the health and care system is ever-changing and complex. At this free online event, our expert panel provided insight and context into the wider health and care landscape and the big issues they wanted to see progress in 2023. Our panel explored how recent trends and future developments could affect people working in the sector, as well as people, patients and communities.
Our panel addressed your questions on what the current challenges are for the health and care system and how we might begin to address them, and discussed what opportunities lie ahead over the next year.
As a manager in social care, it is important for you to build internal and external partnerships to support your work and the individuals in your workplace.In this module, you’ll start to explore some of those relationships and plan your next steps in providing good and outstanding adult social care services