Issue details

Implications of the Health and Social Care Bill (2020-21) for the Council and the future of the Isle of Wight Integrated Care Partnership

The Government is sponsoring the passage of the Health and Care Bill through Parliament. The Bill when enacted will have implications for the delivery of health services nationally and locally and is intended to improve the integration between health and care services as a minimum.

This paper will describe some of the key outputs of the Bill as they effect the Council particularly the formation of Integrated Care Systems to replace Clinical Commissioning Groups and the statutory basis for their activity.

The Isle of Wight will be within the remit of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care System with the potential for a ‘place’ based Isle of Wight health and care partnership. The paper will consider what that partnership might look like and its impact on the existing Isle of Wight Integrated Care Partnership (ICP).


Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Significant impact on communities or those working in two or more electoral divisions;

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Electoral Divisions affected: (All Electoral Divisions);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 04/08/2021

Anticipated restriction: Part exempt  - View reasons

Explanation of anticipated restriction:
There may be some NHS financial data that is confidential on the basis that it is a work in progress. This will be contained in appendices if necessary

Decision due: 14 Oct 2021 by Cabinet

Considered on: 12 Oct 2021 by Corporate Scrutiny Committee

Lead director: Chief Executive

Contact: John Metcalfe, Chief Executive Email:


Consultation will be through dialogue with NHS England and the Southampton, Portsmouth and Isle of Wight CCG.


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