ICS and PCN development support
Support for your primary care network
Find out how we can help your PCN to navigate the changing primary care
The new team
PCNs can access funding for so called additional roles, but it’s one thing to employ a new member of staff and quite another to get them working effectively, particularly when they’re deployed across a network.
We can help you to successfully integrate the additional roles into your teams across your network, ensuring you understand deal with the heightened complexities of recruitment, induction, supervision and practicalities of multi-site working.
Making it work together
Networks were created at unprecedented pace, but if they are to be more than loose collectives of practices they need more than a shared financial incentive.
We can facilitate the development of
lasting relationships based on a vision
and values that everyone buys into.
Delivering to spec
National policy has identified services
that all networks will need to deliver.
We can help you to develop the capability to meet PCN service specifications and demonstrate that they’re being met.
Leading your PCN
Leadership is a generic skill but clinical directors and others responsible for leading networks face particular challenges.
Our leadership training adapts classic management theory to the unique requirements of clinical directors and practice managers, enabling you to learn with and from your peers and to apply the learning from day one.
Understanding primary care for ICS leaders
Working with primary care is vital for the success of integrated care systems. We can facilitate understanding of the primary care environment, development of local relationships, effective governance and other arrangements necessary to working as a system.
Making collaboration business as usual
Collaboration is an art. It doesn’t always come naturally to organisations with their own agendas, financial pressures and priorities. Successful collaboration requires patience, preparation, compromise and consensus. We can help you to put collaboration at the heart of your ICS.