Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) is one of the pillars of the Five Year Forward View. It empowers people and communities to take an active role in their health and wellbeing with greater choice and control over the care they need.
Joining the sites that have led the development of IPC over 2015/16 (Demonstrators), and supported by the https://www.england.nhs.uk/commissioning/wp-content/themes/nhsengland/build/css/../../assets/img/icon_pdf.gif") left center no-repeat;">IPC Emerging Framework (published May 2016), a number of “Early Adopters” for IPC became part of the programme in December 2016. Each Early Adopter consists of local partnerships across health, social care and the voluntary sector.
The recruitment of Early Adopters represents the first stage of national roll-out. This will enable further testing and refinement and ensure compatibility with the New Care Models Programme, prior to national implementation by 2020-21.
Early Adopters are committed to:
- Implementing IPC as the approach to supporting people with complex needs in their area,
- Working in partnership with NHS England and the LGA to refine and implement the emerging framework at pace, including alignment with New Care Models
- Taking a lead role on behalf of their STP and disseminating learning to support wider adoption of IPC across the footprint.
The Early Adopters are:
Please click on the links above to hear more about each area’s local programme.