The role of the ICS Anchors Programme Board will be to provide Strategic oversight to the Programme and will bring together Anchor leads from organisations, Alliances, ICS groups and forums .
It will undertake the detailed work and monitoring necessary to ensure that the ICS Anchors Board has an effective, strategic, joined up whole system approach to Anchors in health and care that delivers benefits and drives better outcomes for people living in Suffolk and North East Essex.
A forum for leadership and collaborative decision making to implement a strategy and policies to ensure a consistent approach across West Suffolk, which improves end of life and grief experiences for adults, children and families by ensuring:
A compassionate community where people are able to talk about death and are equipped and able to support each other as they face dying, death, caring and grief
People and their families are prepared for dying, death, caring and grief and have opportunities to discuss their wishes with families and professionals
Statutory services should be well coordinated and ensure that people’s information is shared across different teams with access to specialist advice and treatment when required
Those caring for, and supporting the dying and grieving and those caring for them should receive appropriate training
The overarching purpose of the diabetes steering board is to provide oversight and ensure delivery of the diabetes transformation plan which includes the national “must do’s” and local plans as laid out in the diabetes transformation charter. These in turn will support the SNEE diabetes outcomes..In addition, the board will oversee any other opportunities as they present themselves that are not covered in the charter.
ICS Elective Care and Diagnostics Recovery and Adapt Board
The SNEE Elective Care and Diagnostics Recovery and Adapt Board has seen established in order to both support and oversee the development and delivery of the recovery and adaptation of elective care and diagnostic services across SNEE through the remainder of 2020/21. The overarching responsibility is to support and oversee the development and delivery of the recovery and adaptation of elective care and diagnostic services across SNEE through the remainder of 2020/21
To work towards a digital ecosystem with the person at the centre, with enabled neighbourhoods, places and systems by collectively agreeing how to tackle the key barriers to connected care of:
Capacity and capability
Tribalism and protectionism
Misaligned incentives and penalties
These barriers will be addressed by the Board through two different functions:
Promoting collaboration at a region level, by:
Articulating the opportunities and benefits of working together regionally on digital challenges across the East; and
Selecting priority opportunities for working collaboratively at an East region, enabling ICS/STPs to achieve their own digital goals faster, more economically or more effectively by creating virtual teams to share skills and resources
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