By Lee Ronan, Commercial Director, CSL
Say goodbye to CCG's and hello to ICS's, ICB's and ICP's - feels like we need a few more IC based acronyms!
On 1st July we will see:
1. Some old CCGs move ICS and NHS region. CCG to ICS Mapping
2. Some old CCGs split in half with parts moving ICS and NHS region
3. A number of post codes moving ICS
The first change we will see in July is what was Bassetlaw CCG will move from South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw STP to NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Board.
This also constitutes a change of NHS Region from North East & Yorkshire to Midlands.
The second change is the West Birmingham area, currently part of NHS Black Country and West Birmingham CCG, which will move to NHS Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board, leaving its current Black Country and West Birmingham STP. We suspect this change will have little impact on territory structures as Birmingham and The Black Country are likely to be together already.
Next, we have Glossop, which will move from NHS Greater Manchester STP to NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board. As Manchester is often in a territory with Liverpool and the North West this could mean an update to your territory boundaries.
The final change to take place in July is Oundle, which will move from NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough STP to NHS Northamptonshire Integrated Care Board, again a change of Region also. Probably minimal impact from this change though, so a good way to end the series.
Are you ready to reflect these changes in your salesforce structures & sales targets, among other things?
Now is the perfect time to review your salesforce structures and ensure they are optimally aligned with both the NHS and the evolving HCP engagement landscape.
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