We passionately support the drive towards integration and work with many system leaders to support the mobilisation of a holistic approach that can enable whole systems to use their collective resources to tackle the roots of ill-health and health inequalities in localities. We understand that this requires a shift in focus from the provision of episodic treatment for acute illness towards the promotion of wellbeing, self-care and joined up support for older people and people with long term conditions. We can help you work through the practical and philosophical implications of adopting and promulgating this new conceptualisation of individual and organisational purpose.
We know that the focus on system development is challenging for those whose identity is defined by delivering organisational defined treatment and care services. We appreciate that current and future ICS leaders are struggling with the volume and complexity of their workloads and the scale and pace of change. We understand the exhaustion of the on-going pandemic experience. We can help you navigate the cultural changes, the leadership challenges and the requirement for high levels of personal resilience that arise from such seismic shifts in the environment.