Our vision and priorities shape who we are, how we work and help us to make the right decisions of behalf of people in Lincolnshire.
Our goal is to ensure that everyone living in Lincolnshire has the best possible health and wellbeing they can. To achieve this, we work alongside our health and care partners to provide people with access to quality healthcare and reduce the health inequalities that exist today.
Improving Lincolnshire’s Health and Wellbeing.
Our vision is to work with the NHS across Lincolnshire to deliver the ambitions identified in the NHS Long Term Plan NHS Long Term Plan. This means working with partners in both the local and district councils, partners across the voluntary sector and the people of Lincolnshire, to improve the quality and experience of services so that the population can live happier, healthier lives. The CCG aims to ensure that everyone living in Lincolnshire has the best possible healthcare and will empower individuals to manage their own personal health and wellbeing. To achieve this, we will collaborate at a local level to provide people with access to quality healthcare and reduce the health inequalities that exist today.
This aligns with the wider system priorities identified in the Lincolnshire Long Term Plan of:
Start well: from pregnancy, birth and early weeks of life; through supporting development before starting school; to help in navigating the transition to adulthood
Live well: supporting a healthy lifestyle; ensuring urgent help to deal with accidents or acute illness; working together to manage long term conditions
Die well: preparing, planning, caring and supporting those who are dying and the people who are close to them.
The new Lincolnshire CCG will play a leadership role in delivering the four system ambitions identified in the Lincolnshire Long Term Plan delivery framework of:
- Prevention – shifting emphasis from treatment to prevention
- Person centred care – giving people choice and control over their care delivery
- Working together – joined up and co-ordinated services across the health and care system
- Care closer to home – wherever possible services will be provided in the patient’s community