The consultation process with the NCL CCG Executive Management Team members has now concluded.
As a result, the new NCL Integrated Care Board Executive Management structure has now been confirmed. This structure includes the statutory roles that each ICB is required to have on the Board – the Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Finance Officer.
The structure chart provides an overview of the functions that will sit under each Executive role in the new structure. Please note that the structure chart does not provide an exhaustive list of all teams that will sit within each portfolio – so please don’t worry if your team isn’t explicitly listed.
The individuals in this new structure will work as part of the new NCL Integrated Care Board to lead integration across North Central London, bringing together health and care services and taking a collaborative approach to agreeing and delivering ambitions for the health of its population. This evolving landscape is a significant move away from traditional commissioner-provider performance management to one of a system partnership approach and this new way of working requires refocusing our purpose and an Executive Management structure that ensures delivery of this highly complex change agenda.
Recruitment to the roles in the new NCL ICB Executive Management structure has commenced this week. Some posts in the new structure will be subject to an internal selection process for displaced members of the current NCL CCG Executive Management Team and will be managed in accordance with NCL CCG’s Change Management Policy. The remaining posts will be subject to an external recruitment process.
Following the completion of the relevant recruitment and selection processes, we will be able to confirm when the new structure will come into effect. In the meantime, the current NCL CCG EMT structure will remain.