Our Healtheir South East London Partenrship Update (extra edition) - 18 March 2020

Coronavirus/ Covid-19 

To allow clinicians and our providers to focus on the Covid-19 response we have suspended all our OHSEL programmes until 31 May 2020. Some programmes that are able to support the response in the short term, for example digital, will continue. In addition, there may be specific elements of our existing programmes where the progression of our existing plans is considered to be business critical for the future - these will be very limited and we will test with stakeholders before coming to a view on these limited areas. Staff who are not redeployed to support frontline activity will continue to do background work, analysis etc. 

We will provide updates via email and our website as and when there is information to share. Any urgent emails should be sent to SOUCCG.SELStrategy@nhs.net  where they will be responded to asap.

Work on patient and public engagement/ involvement in the ICS is paused for the same period and we will be in touch with key stakeholders when we are in a position to restart this important activity.

 

Director of Population Health and Inequalities appointed for south east London 

King’s Health Partners (KHP) and south east London Integrated Care System (ICS) have jointly appointed a Director of Population Health and Inequalities to help improve health and reduce inequalities in south east London.

Shaun Danielli will be responsible for the acceleration of system-wide programmes of work to improve health and reduce inequalities for 1.9 million residents in south east London.

Andrew Bland, Chief Officer for south east London ICS, said: “Shaun brings with him a wealth of relevant experience, including from his time at the Healthy London Partnership, which will support our work in developing our population health management capabilities.” 

Jill Lockett, Managing Director for King’s Health Partners, said: “I am delighted that KHP and the SE London Integrated Care System are joining forces to tackle areas of inequity in local health and care.  I look forward to welcoming Shaun to the joint team”.  

Commenting on his appointment, Shaun Danielli, says: “I’m hugely excited about the opportunity to take a system-wide approach to improving health and reduce inequalities across the six Boroughs of south east London”.