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System Leaders and Managers Network

Our newest Faculty subnetwork aims to fulfil the potential of Integrated Care Services to address health inequalities.

The formalisation of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) on a statutory footing represents a unique opportunity to achieve lasting change to meet the health and wellbeing needs of some of the most marginalised and vulnerable groups in the country.

Consequently, the Faculty has created a specialist network for system leaders and managers involved in this crucial area of care. 

What does the System Leaders and Managers network do? 

The network is open to members from all capacities working with ICSs on Inclusion Health provision, including trusts, Integrated Care Boards and local authorities. If you are a leader, manager or commissioner involved with the planning or delivery of any such services, then we would love for you to be involved in the conversation.

The network meets to share knowledge, good practice and ideas for system change, as well as the opportunity to hear from expert speakers in clinical, housing, social care and lived experience fields.

How can I get involved? 

Sign up for the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health, ticking the box for the System Leaders and Managers Network.

You can also download ‘Beyond Pockets of Excellence’, our groundbreaking report stemming from a collaborative learning programme between seven ICSs. The report includes case studies of excellent practice, suggests steps towards an Inclusion Health route-map, and served as the foundation for this network initiative. 

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Beyond Pockets of Excellence: Integrated Care Systems for Inclusion Health