Integrated care in your area

The 42 integrated care systems (ICSs) in England bring together their local health and care organisations to improve outcomes, tackle inequalities and create better services.

ICSs have the flexibility to make their own decisions about how partners work together in their area. This will depend on factors like size, geography and population.

Most larger ICSs have a number of place-based partnerships that design and deliver integrated services for particular areas within the ICS. Like the integrated care partnership, they involve a range of people interested in improving health and care, including the NHS, local councils, voluntary community and social enterprise and other local organisations, working alongside local people.

Additionally, provider collaboratives bring together providers of local services to plan, deliver and transform, by working across multiple places with a shared purpose.

Read more about systems:

Map of integrated care system areas