Integrated Care Partnership Strategy
This Integrated Care Partnership Strategy identifies the five priority enablers the Lincolnshire health and care system and its partners will focus their integration efforts on to deliver these aims and overarching ambition.
We encourage you to adopt and use this strategy in whatever way you can to further improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Lincolnshire.
Our ambition and aims…
We want the people of Lincolnshire to enjoy the highest quality health and wellbeing for themselves, their families and their communities, and we are dedicated to working with them to achieve this. We are changing the ways we are working together and are committed to becoming one of the better health and care systems in the country.Find out more
Our priority enablers are:
Population health and prevention
Population health and prevention is the ‘golden thread’ that runs through the Better Lives Lincolnshire strategy and underpins its focus on improving health and wellbeing and tackling inequity.
Workforce and skills
Public sector employment, including health and care, underpins the local economy in Lincolnshire. The health and care sector is vital for employment locally.
Personalisation is rooted in the belief that individuals want to have a life, not a service. It’s a way of working that changes the conversation from ‘what’s the matter with you?’ to ‘what matters to you?’
Community engagement & involvement
Communities are usually best placed to solve the specific challenges they face. We can help to ensure that the right support and facilitation is in place. We want to see our communities being better able to bring about the changes they want to see.
Data & information systems
Data and Information Systems will be key in supporting behaviour change by informing and supporting the delivery of care, decision-making, and enabling better outcomes for people.