Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent ICB share their Quality Strategy

This strategy is designed to complement the overarching priorities of the Integrated Care System (ICS) and the Integrated Care Board (ICB) Joint Forward Plan, with quality and safety being the golden thread that runs through them all. They want to ensure that all services provided are safe, effective, and meet the needs of the population, providing the best experience and outcomes possible.

There are six outcomes this strategy plans to deliver:

  • People with lived experience are actively involved in service design, development, delivery and evaluation.  
  • The promotion of safe care, ensuring care is of a high quality, safe and accessible to all our population.
  • Improved staff experience.
  • A shared system approach to quality and safety.
  • Fair and equitable services for all, building a system for the future.
  • We will drive the provision of quality services through a high-quality programme of research and continuous quality improvement.

This Quality Strategy has been developed to ensure it adheres to the requirements detailed by the National Quality Board in their shared commitment to quality document.

They are keen to hear your feedback on this strategy. The feedback they receive will be used to inform the Delivery Plan of the Quality Strategy and ensure they are achieving our aims.  Please email your comments and feedback to: [email protected]