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June 2022

Health and Social Care Forum

Our meetings
Online - Zoom
Thursday 16th June, 2022 - 14:30 to 16:00

About this event

What is the Integrated Care System (ICS)?

What opportunities will there be under the ICS for Voluntary and Community Sector organisations to play a significant role?

What do patients and the public need from the ICS?

What does the voluntary and community sector need from the ICS?

Healthwatch Warwickshire are inviting leaders of Voluntary and Community Sector organisations to come and talk to Danielle Oum, Independent Chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care System. This is your chance to speak up about what your organisation needs to fully participate in the new Integrated Care System .

This will be an interactive event, and will be shaped by what you tell us you want to know.

Healthwatch Warwickshire is the independent champion for patient voice and we want to put patients at the heart of the ICS.

Watch a video about the ICS

Further reading:

What is the Integrated Care System?

Find out about the new Health and Care Act

National Voices, Age UK, the Richmond Group of Charities, and the King’s Fund have joined together, with input from a range of health sector partners, to produce a shared vision of what new reforms could achieve. This joint vision, ‘Reform for people’ aims to lay out a shared ambition of what integrated care and improved ways of working could mean for people and communities and in doing so motivate the workforce as we embark on the long transition period. 

Reform for People. A joint vision for integrating care.

Contact details

Registration will be via Eventbrite: Book now


If you have any questions please get in touch with us, and if there is anything you need to make this event more accessible for you, please get in touch with us on 01926 422823 or email us and we will be happy to discuss this with you. 

Can't make the date?

Please register anyway, and we will send you a recording of the event. You can still send your questions or comments in advance of the 16th June.

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