Our Integrated Care Board (ICB) is responsible for commissioning NHS services on behalf of people in Coventry and Warwickshire. In consultation with local partners, it plans the delivery of services in a way that both meets local health and care needs and reduces inequalities between different groups.
The Board of the ICB is made up of senior leaders from a range of health and care organisations and its membership includes:
- the Chair
- 5 non-executive members
- 5 appointed executives
- 7 representatives from NHS providers, local authorities and primary care
- Representatives from Healthwatch and the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector
By bringing together the knowledge and experience of the board members and the organisations they represent, we can make informed and joined up decisions about health and care provision across our region.
All ICBs across the country have the flexibility to make decisions that allow them to respond to the specific needs of the local population. In order to ensure our ICB is delivering the services needed locally, their work will be informed by both the Integrated Care Partnership’s (ICP) integrated care strategy and the Health and Wellbeing Strategies published by the Health and Wellbeing Boards in our region. Furthermore, they will consistently involve and consult with local communities to ensure the needs of our population are met.