Transforming Integrated Care in the Community (TICC)
Value of EU Grant - €4.8 million
Name of funding programme - EU Interreg 2 Seas Programme 2014-2020
Transforming Integrated Care in the Community (TICC) has secured more than €4.8 million of European funding in this €8 million cross-border partnership involving 14 organisations from the UK, France, the Netherlands and Belgium.
The project was approved and funded by the EU Interreg 2 Seas Programme 2014-2020 (co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund) which has supported the project over 4 years.
In the UK, Kent and Medway have been identified as implementation sites for the project. In Kent we have identified our first pilot site as Edenbridge and we will be working with Kent Community Health Foundation Trust to implement an integrated community team in this area that will work to the principles of Buurtzorg. Medway has also been identified as an implementation site and this will be lead by Medway Community Healthcare.
Find out more about the Transforming Integrated Care in the Community project:
- mission statement (PDF, 612.8 KB)
- our funding
- issue 1 newsletter: The TICC Project European newsletter
- issue 2 newsletter: The TICC Project – What’s the latest in Kent September 2018
- issue 3 newsletter: The TICC Project European newsletter
- issue 4 newsletter: The TICC Project - What's the latest in Kent March 2019
- issue 5 newsletter: The TICC Project – What’s the latest in Kent June 2019
If you have any questions about the TICC project call 03000 42 23 57 or email email@example.com
- Buurtzorg Concepts (Netherlands)
- Kent County Council (United Kingdom)
- Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust (United Kingdom)
- Medway Community Healthcare (United Kingdom)
- Soignons Humain (France)
- Public World (United Kingdom)
- Zorgbedrijf Antwerpen (Belgium)
- Emmaus Elderly Care (Belgium)
- Eurasante (France)
- VIVAT homecare (France)
- Lille Catholic Hospital (France)
- HZ University (Netherlands)
- La Vie Active (France).
There are also many observer partners:
- Université d’Artois
- East of England Local Government Association
- Provincie Antwerpen
- Wit-Gele Kruis van Antwerpen
- Landelijke Thuiszorg Zuiderkempe
- Christelijke Mutualiteit
- OCMW Heist-op-den-Berg
- Vlaams minister van Wetzijn, Volksgezondheid en Gezin
- Sociaal Huis Mechelen
- NHS (England)
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- Centre communal d’action sociale de Lomme
- Conseil départemental du Nord.
The Transforming Integrated Care in the Community fund aims to:
- create changes in health and social care, providing services better suited to our ageing population and decrease of public funding
- present a method to overcome blocking points in transferring socially innovative service models from one area to another
- introduce the implementation of the Burrtzorg integrated care at home model, which consists of self-managing teams of 12 staff working at neighbourhood level handling every aspect of care and business
- enable countries in the 2Seas area, to implement successful health and social care innovations quickly in a cost effective, sustainable way.
- blueprint for successful transfer of social innovative service models in health and social care from one country to another benefitting all public/ private services
- 3 new countries adopting integrated neighbourhood based self-managing teams providing holistic person-centred care.
- changes to existing patient-data gathering systems to create better communication between nurses, care-workers and citizens
- publications to stimulate entrepreneurs leaders to create new organisations or transform existing organisations, ensuring this is not solely an institutional response.