120116-Sunderland-CCG-Vision

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Future provision of health and social care in Sunderland - ‘Plan on a Page’
Financial
constraints
CCG Supported Initiatives
• Raise awareness of lung cancer to patients over 50 years
attending COPD, CVD and Smoking cessation clinics
• Implementation of NICE guidance re: referrals for coughs
lasting over 3 weeks
• Re-model ling of breast cancer services
• Ensure cancer pathways are aligned to NECN
model pathways (one stop shops)
• Radiotherapy strategy to secure local provision
• Consider future commissioning arrangements for
health checks.
• Raise GP awareness re early diagnosis of lung cancer
• Bowel Cancer Screening awareness
• HPV testing for cervical screening
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• Implementation of physical Health checks in primary care for
people with learning disabilities
• Reprovision of inpatient,outpatient & community
services
• Implement Mental Health Model of Care
• Access to MH Services pilot
EA’s for acute conditions
that should not usually
require hosp admission;
Emergency readmissions
within 30 days of discharge
from hospital
• Standard Assessment Process
• Community based service for Cellulitis
• Community based service for the assessment and diagnosis
of suspected DVT
• Integration of 24/7 & urgent care teams
• Implement 111 single point of access
• Urgent care transport strategy
• Review of Urgent Care Nursing Services across
Sunderland
• Improving the quality of care for people with COPD across
the whole system
• Standard admission assessment to all GP Practices
• Identification and treatment of people with AF at risk of a
stroke
• Development of revised service model for Diabetes
intermediate care service and modernisation of secondary
services
• Review of Community Nursing and Community Matrons
• Review and implementation of changes to the District
Nursing services
• Implement self care model for LTCs
• Commission new models and approaches to
specialist rehabilitation
• Develop and commission an integrated model of
intermediate care services
• Develop sustainable and successful
reablement/readmission schemes
• Improve provision of heart failure services across
primary, community & secondary care
• Improve discharge processes
• Single-site model for weekend TIA clinics
• Review of Dermatology Services
• Reduce outpatient first attendances and follow up (QIPP) through exploring variation in outpatient referrals
• QP Initiatives
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Play an active role in the
delivery of the Health and
Wellbeing Strategy
Life expectancy at 75 i: males ,ii :females
Every practice to optimise
screening and early
identification
opportunities
Potential years of life lost
from causes amenable to
healthcare
Integrated tiered approach
to Mental Health across
the whole healthcare
system
Integrated urgent care
response, easily
accessible at the
appropriate level
Improve quality of care for
long term conditions
across the whole system
CCG Led Initiatives
Outcome Aspirations
Health related quality of life
for people with long-term
conditions
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Every practice to
systematically improve the
quality of prescribing
adhering to evidence
based guidelines
TBC
Every practice operating to
agreed standards and
pathways – working
collaboratively with
partners
Patient Experience of
Primary Care
i: GP services
ii:GP out of hours services
iii: NHS Dental services
Patient experience of hospital care
Patient Safety incidents reported
Safety incidents involving severe harm or death
Prevention,
empowerment and
resilience
Seamless integrated pathways
Objectives
Provide more planned
care closer to home
Clinical relationships and
increased standardisation
Fragmented
healthcare
Underpinned by effective clinical decision making
Over
reliance
on hospital
care
Better health for Sunderland
Health
Inequalities
Better integrated health and social care
Excess
cancer &
CVD deaths
Growing
elderly
population
‘How’
Vision
Improve the health and wellbeing of all local people
Challenges
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Increase repeat dispensing rates
Four drugs post-MI
Moving spend per head of population
Care Homes review
Develop a LES for Shared Care
Rationalise mental health prescribing
Improve supply routes for a range of products
Ensure formulary management plan in place
• Collaboration with Sunderland University on clinical
education
• Programme of Clinical Education with localities
• Use of QoF QP indicators with focus on peer review
• Development of Sunderland Information Portal with
Practices
• Knowledge Management
Implement revised carpal tunnel pathway
Increase GP access to some diagnostic tests
Review adult hearing services (AQP)
Review podiatry services (AQP)
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No £ growth
expected
Outcome
Aspirations
Increase Life Expectancy by
Men 2.0%, women 1.1%
Programmes
Obesity
PREVENTION
Smoking
Reduce Health inequalities by
5.2%
Better start in life:
Childrens health
Maternity services
Long term conditions
LONG TERM CONDITIONS AND
REHABILITATION
Excellent Patient Experience
Increasing
elderly
population
Safe care, effective treatment , quality services,
greater choice, improved access
High
hospitalisation
Objectives
Reduce CVD & cancer
deaths
SAFE, QUALITY SERVICES.
CLOSE TO HOME. NO WASTE
Poor quality of
life
Better Health
Excess
preventable
cancer & CVD
deaths
Strategies
Wise use of the money
Right services in right place first time, increased productivity and VFM, reducing duplication and waste
Vision
Longer life, better quality of life, fair access,
reduce inequalities
Drivers
Child Health
Reduce Childhood obesity by
10%
Stop the rise in alcohol related
admissions
Identification &
management
Better rehabilitation
Reform urgent care
for adults & children more provided outside
hospital
Reform planned care more provided outside
hospital
Reform mental health
care - more provided
outside hospital
A better death, greater
choice
Alcohol
Maternity
CVD Risk
Cancer
Increase breastfeeding by
average 89%
Reduce smoking in pregnancy
by average 26%
Reduce Smoking in people with
LTC by 29%
Reduce hypertension in people
with TIA / stroke 4%
Reduce ambulatory care
sensitive conditions by 44%
LTC &
Rehabilitation
Sick & injured
children
Urgent care
Planned care
Mental Health
Implementation of dementia
strategy
Increase deaths outside hospital
by 5%
End of Life Care
Initiatives
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Evaluate new obesity services
Referral to lifestyle packages
Evaluate new alcohol services
Promote positive drinking culture
Rebalance stop smoking services
Deliver smoke free schools
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Child health promotion
Children’s risk & resilience model
Increase breastfeeding
Review maternity staffing skill mix
Identify & manage high risk women
 CVD identification & management
 Early cancer identification – awareness,
screening
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Wider LTC reform
Reform stroke rehab
Reform neuro rehab
Reform intermediate Care
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Reform care of sick & injured child
Single point of access
Integrate pathways across organisations
Diagnostic services in community
Telehealth
 Reform programme shifting care out of
hospital utilising PCCs
 Rheumatology modifying drug
monitoring in primary care
 Carpal tunnel out of hospital
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New model of mental health care
Implement dementia strategy
New model of CAMHS
Autism national strategy
 24/7 services in all settings
 Review & redesign services using Marie
Curie Choice programme
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