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Watch: “Treatment, recovery and Integrated Care Systems – what does it all mean?”

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ICSs have been “born in a storm” of economic and political instability

Integrated Care Systems now exist in law. But what does that mean for drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services, the public health commissioners in local government who fund them or the people who they support?

  • Is this just another health reform that won’t have much impact on us?
  • Can charity providers thrive in the new environment?
  • How are ICS reforms actually unfolding at the local level?

In a webinar chaired by our Director Oliver Standing, an expert panel shared its thoughts, reflections and debate on this fascinating topic:

Watch the full webinar here.

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