Integrated Care Systems and the impact on the VCSE sector in Greater Manchester
GMCVO and the Greater Manchester VCSE Leadership Group, have prepared a document which explains in more detail what Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) are and how the introduction of them will affect voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations.
Stakeholder briefings regarding Greater Manchester's transition into an Integrated Care System
The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership issue briefing updates to keep stakeholders up to date with its work to establish a GM Integrated Care system by April 2022 and to transfer the commissioning duties of Clinical Commissioning Groups to the ICS. These briefings will be listed below as and when they are received.
GMCVO VCSE Assembly: Developing an Integrated Care System in Greater Manchester - perspectives from the VCSE sector
13th May 2021
GMCVO held the above virtual event on the 13th May 2021 as a follow up to the event held on the 4 February 2021.
Conversations have moved on in Greater Manchester since February, especially in light of the White Paper published by the Department of Health and Social Care, and we wanted to ensure that the voice of the VCSE sector is involved in the developments, both at a GM and locality level.
This event provided an update on the GM developments and highlighted some examples of good work already happening to connect VCSE sector organisations into the development of new locality structures across GM. There were also be discussions that focussed on what things VCSE organisations might need to get more involved in influencing these developments over the next few months and how the VCSE Commissioning Framework can be used to help support this.
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GMCVO VCSE Assembly: Integrated Care Systems
4th February 2021
GMCVO held the above virtual event on 4th February 2021 in response to the publication of a report by the NHS setting out the future of Integrated Care Systems across England. Greater Manchester and its 10 localities have been on the journey of developing its own Integrated Care System for several years since the devolution of the Health and Social Care budget in 2016.
This event allowed attendees the opportunity to hear more about what this all means for the future of Health and Social Care in Greater Manchester and how it might impact the VCSE sector from Warren Heppolette, Executive Lead, Strategy & System Development at Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and Mike Barker from Oldham CCG. .
Video recording of event: