ICS stories: the mental health provider collaborative in Northamptonshire ICS

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Paul Sheldon, Morgan Price and Anne Rackham

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Provider collaboratives are a key feature in the structure of ICSs providing one way of helping to improve outcomes for patients in partnership. This webinar will share the lessons learned from Northamptonshire ICS in setting up their mental health, learning disability and autism provider collaborative Provider collaboratives are a key feature in the structure of ICSs providing one way of helping to improve outcomes for patients in partnership. In Northamptonshire ICS, the establishment of the mental health, learning disability and autism (MHLDA) provider collaborative has enabled NHS providers, primary care and the voluntary sector to work successfully together with service users and carers over a number of years to really make a difference. In this webinar, Paul Sheldon, Chief Finance Officer at Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, explores: the approach taken to setting up the MHLDA provider collaborative the importance of partnership at the heart of this the benefits of the provider collaborative the challenges faced along the way lessons learned There will be time to ask questions and discuss your own experiences of provider collaboratives.

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