Strategic Plan 2019-22 Consultation
Every Health and Social Care Partnership in Scotland has to produce a Strategic Plan. A Strategic Plan is a document that sets out our vision and our priorities for health and social care services in Glasgow City. It includes details of what we plan to do to deliver our vision and the difference this will make to people living in the city, how we will achieve our priorities and which of the National Priorities of the Scottish Government our actions will meet.
Give us your views on the future of health and social care services in Glasgow.
The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board’s first Strategic Plan comes to an end in spring 2019. A new plan, which outlines how integrated health and social care services will be planned and delivered within the city, is now out for consultation and will come into effect on 1st April 2019.
As the population of Glasgow changes, the health and social care needs of the City also changes. This means that we cannot keep delivering services the same way. A Strategic Plan allows us to look at the needs of the population of Glasgow City. We will then shape our plan around these needs and this helps us identify what our priorities for the next three years should be. We write a draft plan and ask our service user and patients, the public, our staff and any organisations we work with, whether they think the plan will meet their needs not just for now but for the next three years. We listen to what people tell us, and then produce our final Strategic Plan for 2019-22.
We would really like to hear your views on our draft Strategic Plan. The draft Strategic Plan is available at https://glasgowcity.hscp.scot/strategic-plan-consultation, and all feedback can be given by completing this short questionnaire, which should take no more than 10 minutes.
The closing date for responses is Friday 25 January 2019.
We look forward to hearing your views.
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