Phase 1 – Summary April 2022 – March 2023
As part of the Health and Social Care Bill, Integrated Care Boards (ICBs) were introduced in July 2022.
CCG and STP codes have remained legally open to maintain continuity for systems and services consuming the codes. The 42 STP codes had a name change to reflect the new ICBs, and the 106 CCGs had a name change to reflect the new sub ICBs.
To reflect the legal name changes within NHSmail the current CCG ‘shortname’ required updating to reflect the new ICB name. Communication was disseminated about this to all 106 CCGs. The shortname change was implemented into the NHSmail portal on 1 July 2022.
Four geographic areas also had a boundary change, further details can be found here: Boundary changes 2021
Phase 2 – Future expectations
A second phase of changes for ICSs has been put on hold, further details can be found here: Phase 2 changes
Whilst discussions about ICB presence on NHSmail are still ongoing, we appreciate that ICBs need to move forward.
Further updates will be provided here as we receive them.
Organisations renewing their current agreements from existing CCGs into ICBs, please follow the existing onboarding guidance here: Onboarding Guide for Local Administrators – NHSmail Support
Any further queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NHSmail ICB webinar recordings
A Live event was held on Thursday June 2022, 2pm-3pm to covering Guest Access, Teams Federation, Calendar Federation, Address Book Sync. Teams Loop (live demo), future tools and ICB licensing.
The recording is available below :
A Live Event was held on Wednesday 8 December 2021, 3pm to 4pm to showcase the NHSmail reconfiguration approach to reflect the introduction of Integrated Care Boards (ICBs) and abolition of CCGs.
This webinar focused on how the expected April 2022 changes will be reflected in NHSmail.
The recording is available below: