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About the Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP)

Health and Social Care Integration

The public notice regarding Integration Joint Board for unaudited accounts is now available.

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In East Renfrewshire we have been leading the way in integrating health and care services.  Our Community Health and Care Partnership (CHCP), between East Renfrewshire Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, was established in 2006.  Our Partnership has always managed a much wider range of services than is required by the legislation.  Along with community health and care services we provide health and social care services for children and families and criminal justice social work.

Over the last ten years our integrated health and social care management and staff teams have developed strong relationships with many different partner organisations, which focus on improving outcomes for the people of East Renfrewshire. Our new Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) was established in 2015 under the direction of East Renfrewshire's Integration Joint Board, has been able to build on this successful foundation.

The main purpose of integration is to improve the wellbeing of people who use health and social care services. In our Strategic Plan we set out our partnership vision of how we will achieve this.

Our Vision

Our partnership vision statement is "Working together with the people of East Renfrewshire to improve lives."

We will achieve this by:

  • Valuing what matters to people;
  • Building capacity with individuals and communities;
  • Focusing on outcomes, not services.

These 'integration touch points' will be used to guide everything we do as a partnership.

Our Partnership Commitment - Working Together

Through our Strategic Plan we make a commitment to working together:

  • With individuals as partners in planning their own care and support;
  • With carers and families as partners in the support they provide to the people they care for.  We will ensure the supports carers and families can sometimes require themselves are recognised;
  • With communities as partners in shaping the care and supports available and in providing opportunities for people to get involved in their communities;
  • With organisations across sectors, including our Community Planning partners and the Third Sector.  We will work in partnership to co-commission, forecast, prioritise and take action together;
  • With our staff as partners in developing and delivering our vision, valuing their knowledge, skills and commitment to health and social care.

Annual Performance Report

Our annual performance report gives us an opportunity to demonstrate how we have delivered on our vision and commitments over 2017/18.  It provides information about the progress we are making towards achieving the national outcomes for children, the national health and wellbeing outcomes, and criminal justice outcomes.  Along with performance data the report highlights some of the work carried out during 2017/18 to deliver our strategic priorities, which we believe demonstrates the way that we are working in accordance with the Integration Planning and Delivery Principles.

pdf icon HSCP Annual Performance Report 2017-18 [3Mb]

pdf icon HSCP Annual Performance Report 2016-17 [6Mb]

Integrated Joint Board (IJB) Papers

Integrated Joint Board Papers

Strategic Plan

Integration Authorities are required to review their strategic commissioning plan at least every three years, and may carry out additional reviews from time to time. In carrying out a review of the strategic commissioning plan, Integration Authorities must consider:

  • the national health and wellbeing outcomes
  • the indicators associated with the national outcomes
  • the integration delivery principles
  • the views of the Strategic Planning Group

Further papers regarding the process of review and development are available within the IJB papers

The Strategic Plan was approved by the IJB on 4 April 2018.


pdf icon ERHSCP Strategic Plan 2018-2021 [1Mb]


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