Co- Commissioning Board - Third Sector Lancashire

Third Sector Lancashire
November 13th 2014
Sam Nicol
Healthier Lancashire
Why do we need Healthier Lancashire?
The indexed factbase produced as part of a Sustainability
Assessment Forecast shows challenges across the county
• Outcomes
• Finance
• Workforce
• Increased demand
• Demographic changes
• Estate
These require a concerted countywide approach with
local implementation
• We have been working with the Lancashire system to design a programme
for action through meetings with individual leaders, teams and system
wide meetings
• Emerging themes as a Lancashire response to the Forward View:
– Application of agreed clinical standards across all Lancashire
– Programme to support the systematic development of out of hospital
services, that meet the needs of individual communities
– Digital developments
– Cultural transformation
Empowered person
Third sector development
Collaborative leadership development
Development of self care, personal responsibility etc.
Conversations with the public
– Underpinned by economic model owned by Finance & Investment Group
• Purpose document
Leadership Forum 27th November 2014
• Individual Boards and statutory bodies January and early February 2015
Third sector development
Areas where the voluntary sector could do more
Empowering patients
Supporting self-management group-based
voluntary sector advocacy and support for
integrated personal commissioning (IPC)
creating new options for health-related
expanding their role in the provision of
information, advice, advocacy and as a
provider of vital services with paid expert
Social capital
Community development
Social value
Equal voice at the table
What would enable the voluntary sector to
do more?
• Clarity from commissioners about their
plans and their commissioning intentions,
including how they will meet their
responsibilities under the Social Value Act
• Grants
• Multi-year agreements
• Funding for self-management support
(replicating Scottish work)
• Communication structures – mapping
• Infrastructure organisations – ensuring
that they are fully sighted and committed
to the principles of Healthier Lancashire
• Quality assurance/standards of care
• Robust programme &
governance structure
• Clear resource plan for the
• co-ordination and
facilitation at an all
Lancashire level, supporting
local implementation
• Leadership at a system and
network level as advocated
by Stevens rather than at a
single organisational level