Our Integrated Care Systems (ICS) Network is the only independent national network which supports ICS leaders to exchange ideas, share experiences and challenges, and influence the national agenda. We are delighted to have all 42 ICSs in membership.
We support, represent and influence on our members' behalf through our policy work, media appearances and external affairs programme.
Our forums, webinars, Spotlight sessions, roundtables and our annual conference provide unique opportunities for ICS leaders to connect and share ideas and challenges.
Our regular bulletins and communication help to keep members supported and informed with the latest news, information and guidance that ICS leaders need to know.
“I really value the range of discussion and debate across all the issues which is backed up by high quality briefings and materials that really help me as an ICS leader to keep abreast of events in our fast moving world.”
Professor Stephen Eames, CBE, CEO at Humber, Coast and Vale ICS
Integrated care communications toolkit
Supporting members to communicate the changes taking place in the health and care system in England.
The Leading Integration Peer Support Programme
Our support will help you strengthen your leadership and accelerate your partnership ambitions at system, place and neighbourhood levels.
Integrated care systems (ICS): autonomy and accountability
Views from our ICS Network on how they should be held to account and what autonomy is needed for them to fulfil their four purposes.
26 September 2022
Integrated care strategy and health and wellbeing board guidance
A summary of DHSC guidance on integrated care strategy development, health and wellbeing boards and partnership working.
29 July 2022
Growing and creating health improvement within local health and care systems
Improving the conditions for place-based health to flourish through a co-creation approach to health and wellbeing.
23 June 2022
Improving population health outcomes with integrated data sets
Developing a population health and care platform helped identify and target underserved populations using an integrated data set.
23 June 2022
If the ICB board culture isn’t right, it simply won’t work
The importance of integrated care boards’ structure is secondary to ensuring the right culture within the board, writes Lena Samuels.
26 July 2022
The new leadership required for a new world
The right infrastructure will only be a part of ICSs’ success. What will be key is a shift in leadership culture.
12 July 2022
ICS Network to partner with Good Governance Institute
Our ICS Network is partnering with the Good Governance Institute (GGI) to support and promote integration and partnership working
29 September 2022
Adam Doyle joins NHS Confederation board
The NHS Confederation is pleased to announce the appointment of NHS Sussex chief executive Adam Doyle to its board.
28 July 2022
Making sense of integrated care strategies
Webinar looking at what integrated care strategies are, how they relate to other strategic work, and how partners can get involved.
4 October 2022 12:30 - 14:00 GMT
Raising the voice of clinical and care professionals across an Integrated Care System (ICS)
Webinar looking at Gloucestershire’s experience of the Leading Integration Peer Support programme.
11 October 2022 14:00 - 15:00 GMT
BME Leadership Network members' meeting
A face to face meeting for BME Leadership Network members taking place during Black History Month in London.
12 October 2022 17:00 - 18:30 GMT
'Race, science and the NHS' with Dr Adam Rutherford
Join us for our BME Leadership Network’s annual Black History Month event with author and broadcaster Dr Adam Rutherford.
12 October 2022 18:30 - 21:30 GMT
NICON22: Recognition | Ambition | Mobilisation
Due to high demand, we are now operating a waiting list system for NICON's first in-person conference since 2019. Contact us using the below links.
19 October 2022 - 20 October 2022 17:00 GMT
Integrated Care Bulletin
Keep up to date with the latest integrated care news and developments and get first-hand insights on system working.