Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) bring together NHS, local authority and third sector bodies to take on responsibility for the resources and health of an area or ‘system’. Their aim is to deliver better, more integrated care for patients. Since April 2021, all parts of England have been covered by one of 42 ICSs. All 42 are expected to be fully operational by April 2022.
With ICSs having greater control of funding and performance, connecting with these key contacts is essential for developing and nurturing future relationships with the NHS.
100% coverage of ICS accounts
At Wilmington Healthcare, we have 100% coverage of ICS accounts, including pivotal roles such as:
- Chief Executive/General Manager
- Strategic Clinical Lead
- Director of Finance
- Director of Nursing
- ICS Lead
- Programme Director
- Transformation Lead
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are also intended to form an important part of the future NHS architecture. NHS England have described them as the ‘building blocks’ of ICSs. Each PCN will support and shape emerging ICSs through their appointed clinical director, who will give a voice to primary care in developing local plans in line with the NHS Long-term plan.
Find out more about our PCN contact data and resources.
Our contact data is regularly verified and updated by our team of specialist researchers; giving you the quality, targeted data you need and the reassurance that you will be GDPR compliant. For a full list of our healthcare contact data click here.
Stay up to date with the evolving NHS, as it happens
All these structural and personnel changes are also incorporated into our Investigator XD platform. Investigator XD connects all your healthcare data and insights in a single platform so you can optimise your go-to-market strategies and build relationships with customers that last.
Contact us to find out how we can help you understand and engage with ICSs. Complete the form at the bottom of this page or speak to your Wilmington Healthcare account director.
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