The Integrated Care Board (ICB) is the statutory organisation responsible for setting the strategic plan for the NHS in Hampshire and Isle of Wight to deliver its part of the health and care strategy. It allocates NHS resources through our four places and our transformation programmes to make sure the right health services are being delivered to people across the area. 

Four 'place' partnerships

In each of our four place-based partnerships - Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton - integrated teams (including local authority, ICB, provider, and voluntary partners) come together to understand the needs of their population, agree plans to meet those needs, develop strong partnerships and implement solutions. The ICB delegates local decision-making for key NHS services to each of these partnerships.

Provider-led healthcare delivery system

Health and care providers work individually and together through primary care networks and provider collaboratives in each local delivery system and at the scale of Hampshire and Isle of Wight, to plan, co-ordinate and deliver integrated care for the population. They will lead the transformation of some of our services as appropriate, supporting us to work differently across the local health and care system for the benefit of the communities we serve.

Partners continue to work together to co-ordinate action across Hampshire and Isle of Wight via a number of tranformation programmes to implement the NHS Long Term Plan and achieve our vision of enabling people in our communities to live healthier, longer lives. 

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