The Integrated Care System (ICS) is made of up two core statutory elements at system level formerly came into effect on 1 July 2022 when Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) ceased to exist. The ICSs are where major decisions are made, and overarching strategies agreed. The Integrated Care Boards (ICB) replace CCGs and are focused on the core NHS services, with responsibilities including NHS funding, commissioning and workplace planning. The Integrated Care Partnerships (ICP) have a broad focus, covering ICB-wide strategy, public health, social care, and wider issues impacting the health and wellbeing of the population. There will continue to a Place element within the ICS, and this will involve the planning of localised services and secondary and community care. NHS England sees ‘place’ as the key driver of change within ICSs and they are expected to be where the majority of work actually occurs. Data will continue to available at CCG level for some time and as a result CCG will still be referenced within our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, and will gradually be replaced over time as the new system is embedded and new data becomes available at the new geographical levels.
In the Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips, Hull is referenced by its code of 03F.
All areas areas within the Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board are:
- 02Y – East Riding of Yorkshire
- 03F – Hull
- 03H – North East Lincolnshire
- 03K – North Lincolnshire
- 03Q – Vale of York
- 42D – North Yorkshire
Also see Clinical Commissioning Group.