The upcoming passing of the Health and Care Bill and statutory formalisation of integrated care systems provides a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reset the relationship between health and care and build back from the pandemic in a more inclusive way. 

This October 120+ senior NHS and local authority leaders from across all 42 integrated care systems will join together at the HSJ Integrated Care Summit to discuss the challenges around place-based and system-level working.


  • Tackle real problems without judgement, in a Chatham House environment
  • Unlock the potential of new relationships, processes and funding flows to really make a difference across your ICS footprint
  • Share ideas and innovations from across the country to feed into your medium and long-term strategies
  • Build new models of care that both realise the national ambitions of central policymakers and meet the needs of your local population
  • Put your questions to speakers who have been specifically selected as leaders of change and transformation
  • Network with colleagues over dinner – and hear from an engaging after dinner speaker




The Summit is the premier destination for ICS leaders to share best practice and have open, honest discussions about the challenges facing the system at both a local and national level. Don’t miss this chance to connect with health and local authority leaders from across the country to collectively chart a path to truly integrated care. Join us if you are an:

  • ICB member
  • Place lead
  • NHS trust board member
  • Local authority chief executive, councillor, director of adult social care or director of public health



"Being able to step back from the day-to-day operational challenges, to have that headspace and really think about the key issues for the next period has been really valuable."
Director of Strategic Transformation - NHS Health and Care Partnership

"I really enjoyed the conversations outside of the formal sessions, it's great to meet up with colleagues and hear about what people are doing, especially after such a long break due to Covid."
Independent Chair and NHS Advisor

"The balance of activities across the 1.5 days like the panel discussions, the Q&As and the Interactive Discussion Groups, where we had the opportunity to hear intel from peers across the country, has been really beneficial."
ICS Health Inequalities Programme Director

"I think attending the Summit is a good opportunity for colleagues to get together and look at the opportunities that exist with the establishment of ICSs."
Chairman - NHS Trust

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