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1 Edinburgh Shadow Strategic Planning Group Wednesday 18 March 2015

2 Agenda 9.00 Introductions to one another 9.30 Introduction to the strategic plan Role and purpose of the Strategic Planning Group 10.30 Break 10.45 Collaborating with wider constituencies 11.45 Identifying the support you need 12.00 Next steps Arrangements for future meetings 12.30 Close

3 Getting to know one another

4 Introductions to one another 1.If you could have a super power, what would it be and why? 2.What are your expectations of the Strategic Planning Group? 3.What are your aspirations for Integration of Health and Social Care? 4.What’s been your proudest moment? 5.What will you personally do to ensure that work we do in this Group is a success?

5 Introduction to the Strategic Plan Legal requirements Proposed approach in Edinburgh Work already taking place Building blocks for the Plan

6 Legislative requirements

7 Scope of the strategic plan

8 Social Care functions that will be delegated Residential Care –Older People Extra Care Housing and Sheltered Housing (Housing Support provided) Intermediate Care Supported Housing-Learning Disability Rehabilitation-Mental Health Day Services and Local Area Coordination-LD; Older People; Mental Health Care at home services and Reablement –All client groups Rapid Response Telecare Respite services-all client groups Quality assurance and Contracts Assessment and Care Management-incl. OT services Specialist Services-Sensory Impairment, Drugs and Alcohol

9 NHS functions that will be delegated Some health services for under 18s Prison health care service Hospital services (includes associated services – e.g. AHPs) A&E general medicine geriatric medicine rehabilitation medicine respiratory medicine psychiatry of learning disability palliative care hospital services provided by GPs mental health services provided in a hospital with exception of forensic mental health services Services relating to an addiction or dependence on any substance Community Health Services District Nursing Services relating to an addiction or dependence on any substance. Services provided by AHPs Public dental service Primary medical services (GP) General dental services Ophthalmic services Pharmaceutical services Out-of-Hours primary medical services Community geriatric medicine Palliative care Mental health services Continence services Kidney dialysis Services to promote public health

10 National health and wellbeing outcomes Improved health and wellbeing Support to live in the community Positive experiences and treated with dignity Quality of life Reduced health inequalities Support for carers Safe from harm Engaged and supported workforce Efficient and effective use of resources

11 Other requirements Must have regard to the integration delivery principles Must take account of impact on the strategic plans of neighbouring authorities

12 Integration planning and delivery principles be –integrated from point of view of service users –respectful of rights of service users –planned and led locally with engagement of community improve: –safety; and –quality of life take account of: –Individual need –Community needs –Dignity of service users –Participation in community anticipate and prevent need arising make best use of all resources Services aim to improve the wellbeing of service users and should:

13 Work already taking place Vision Localities Strategic planning framework Mapping functions and services with budgets Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Talking to people

14 Vision

15 Ambitions from Integration Scheme People experience improved health and wellbeing; and that inequalities, including health inequalities, are reduced. Services will become more focused on outcomes for individuals and will always be planned with and around people and local communities, who will be active partners in the design, delivery and evaluation of these services. The Parties will work collaboratively to embed the shared vision within staff teams, to develop, train and support staff from all organisations to work together to respond appropriately and to put the needs of people we work with first.

16 The Parties will deploy their shared resources in the most cost effective way to achieve better outcomes for people, to maximise the efficiencies from coordination of care and to allow public funds to go further to meet demand. The IJB will work in partnership with each of the Parties and their staff, with third sector organisations, independent sector providers and most importantly people and communities themselves, using best practice approaches in engagement and involvement, to deliver improved and fully- integrated health and social care services for the people of Edinburgh. The IJB will respect the principles of equality, human rights, and independent living, and will treat people fairly.

17 Localities – current position Health & Social Care service localities (4) Children & Families service boundaries based on high school catchments (6) Services for Communities; 12 Neighbourhood Partnerships with 6 supporting management teams Public Services and third sector work around and across each other.

18 Localities – proposed model

19 Strategic Planning Framework

20 Mapping functions and services

21 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

22 Building blocks for the plan

23 Edinburgh SPG Purpose Role How will we operate?

24 Purpose of the SPG To provide a means of ensuring that those involved in delivering services and those receiving them are involved in planning the way they are delivered. Legislation requires consultation Edinburgh Shadow Health and Social Care Partnership has agreed to collaboration

25 Role/remit of the SPG To collaborate in the preparation of the Strategic Commissioning Plan, including: developing recommendations about the content of the plan developing the plan itself, including being part of sub-groups working on aspects of the plan consulting on the plan with the groups represented and the wider public

26 How will we operate? Need to be realistic about what the Group itself can do Tight timescales and significant amount of work to be done Need consistent membership How can this group be most effective?


28 Break

29 Groups

30 Activity In your working group: 1. Identify wider constituencies, links and groups 2. Write them down on colour coded post-it notes (1 post-it note per constituency / link) 3. Place post-it notes on the wall (20 minutes) 4. Identify links (same constituencies / groups) (use colour coded pens to mark same groups) (30 minutes)

31 Support required What support do you need in order to carry out your role as a member of the Edinburgh Integration Strategic Planning Group?

32 Next steps Consider local strategic priorities –Edinburgh Partnership –NHS Lothian –City of Edinburgh Council Consider the first draft of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment –Identify key priorities –Identify strategic shifts required Identify local strategic objectives

33 Your task Engage with your wider constituency to find out what are their aspirations for the Integration of Health and Social Care in Edinburgh

34 Next meeting Second half of April preferably week commencing 20/4/15

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