Heartlands Health and Care partnership brings together representatives from the
ICS partnership as the leadership forum for the Surrey
Heartlands ICS, providing system stewardship to balance the
resources available and responsibilities held with our collective
ambition of working together with the people of Surrey Heartlands
to improve health and care outcomes for all. The Board will oversee
the definition and delivery of the Surrey Heartlands strategy, in
context of overall Surrey 10 year Health and Wellbeing Strategy,
and align local strategies for our collective ambitions.
These meetings are live
streamed and can be watched via the webcast displayed on the
Partnership Board to oversees the ambitions set out in the Surrey
Heartlands Health and Care Partnership Agreement
Shaping and getting consensus for the strategic direction of the
Partnership, making recommendations to the respective decision
making bodies as appropriate.
Ensuring partners work collaboratively to ensure system, vision and
strategy alignment; using the Surrey 10 year Health and Wellbeing
Strategy to shape and get consensus on health and care strategy
Ensuring this consensus must be built around the needs of local
populations which in turn drives a genuine and sustainable
transformation in citizen experience and outcomes.
Overseeing the delivery of the system plan and use of system
resources (investment framework) to meet our ambitions
Overseeing the development of the ICS and integration across health
and care in line with the system plan and NHS Long Term Plan
Acting as a forum for discussion and resolution of important or
contentious issues relating to the health and care system, the
overall system plan and constituent work streams.
Acting as a key point of
escalation from all subgroups to the System Board, in particular
the Surrey Heartlands Oversight and Assurance Group (SOAG) and our
Covid ICS Recovery Board, and any other Boards requiring
partnership action to resolve and operate at scale.
Promoting and supporting engagement across the Surrey Heartlands
area, ensuring that the views of all relevant stakeholders,
including users of our services, the voluntary community and faith
sector and the public are embedded in our decisions and citizen
co-design is at the heart of what we do.
Ensuring partners are operating to the values, behaviours and
principles of our
partnership MOU and able to challenge each other if these are
not being lived up to.