The NHS West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) will meet in public for the sixth time on Tuesday 16 May at The Shay Stadium, Halifax at 12.30.
The Board is part of the legislation set out in the Health and Care Act 2022, which came into force on the 1 July 2022. It focuses on improving outcomes for people by addressing health inequalities, the difference in care received and effective use of budgets across the area. It is part of West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership (WY HCP), an integrated care system.
The board’s role includes agreeing a plan for health and care services in West Yorkshire that delivers the five-year strategy. Most decisions about circa £5billion budget and the services delivered locally are made in the five local places of West Yorkshire, via its strong local place partnerships in Bradford District and Craven, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, and Wakefield District.
The board also works alongside care provider collaboratives, such as The West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts, the Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism Collaborative, Community Care Collaborative and hospices working together. The board has an independent chair, Cathy Elliott. Its Chief Executive is Rob Webster CBE.
The meeting on the 16 May will include an update report from Cathy and Rob, as well as items on dentistry, health system performance and the development of the ICB’s Joint Forward Plan. This sets out the ambitions and delivery of NHS care as part of West Yorkshire’s Integrated Care Strategy published in March. The plan will be published by the 30 June 2023.
Your are asked to contact firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday 15 May at 9am if you would like to attend or submit questions about items on the agenda. You can also call 01924 317659 to submit questions or to book their place to attend.
You can also read the papers, or watch live online by visiting www.wypartnership.co.uk/meetings/integrated-care-board