In June we introduced the Fuller Stocktake report and began to reflect on what this new way of working could mean for Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations.
Staff and volunteers in the Worcestershire VCSE are invited to continue the conversation at a follow-up workshop 11th July 10-11.30 on MS Teams.
The Fuller Stocktake is a report commissioned by the Government that outlines a new vision for integrating primary care in England. It was undertaken by Professor Claire Fuller, Chief Executive-designate Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and a GP.
The report highlights the critical role of the VCSE sector in delivering integrated primary care and improving population health outcomes. It recommends that integrated care systems (ICSs) should work closely with VCSE partners to co-design and co-deliver services that meet the needs and preferences of local communities.
This interactive session will give members of the Worcestershire VCSE community opportunity to explore:
- How the sector can implement findings
- Identify key priorities for the VCSE in relation to the report
- Ways to enhance the sector by building integrated teams
Let’s keep the conversation going!
Please email Kay (email@example.com) to receive the meeting link. You can help keep the sector informed by sharing this invitation with VCSE colleagues.
If you missed the briefing event or wish to revisit – you can view it here.