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Key Priorities for the Better Together Programme Harry Capron Programme Director
Our Shared Commitment Health and Wellbeing support National Voices “I” statements
Our Shared Commitment
Our Shared Commitment to: A vision A set of partnership principles and behaviour A transformation plan Better Together “It’s not rocket science”
Kings Fund Video – Sam’s Story
How do we plan to change? Key areas: 1.Responding to initial demand for help. “a co-ordinated front end” 2.Improving the effectiveness of our services and teams 3.Integrated planning and buying of services / commissioning 4.Integrating the delivery of services by multidisciplinary teams 5.Shared delivery of services provided by Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset local authorities
1:Responding to demand A co-ordinated front end Information and advice Reablement and intermediate care Leaving hospital support, access to advice on finances and services Urgent Care Independent Living Support
2:Improving Effectiveness Person centred, co-ordinated approaches Cultural change to respond to what help people are asking for and what they want to achieve – design against demand Changing the way we work such as developing pathways of support across services Information shared and shared ICT
3:Integrated Commissioning Joint planning Pooled resources and budgets Sharing quality and performance information and management Working with independent and voluntary sector providers to plan for the demands we face Workforce planning, “the perfect system but no one to work in it”
4:Integrating Service Delivery To support closer working at a GP locality level To support closer working with acute and community hospitals To develop a new model of care which is tested against benefits and costs
5:Shared Local Authority Services To improve efficiency and effectiveness by sharing directly provided services across Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset
Who will this apply to first? Frail older people with significant long-term health and care support needs
Question 1: Which of these areas do you think will have the most impact? Vote Trigger Vote Now 1.Responding to demand 29.6% 2.Improving effectiveness 15.6% 3.Integrated commissioning 19.3% 4.Integrated service delivery 32.6% 5.Shared local authority service 3.0%
Question 2: What would have the least impact? Vote Trigger Vote Now 1.Responding to demand 7% 2.Improving effectiveness 8% 3.Integrated commissioning 11% 4.Integrated service delivery 1% 5.Shared local authority service 73%
Question 3: Which one would you most likely want to make a contribution to? Vote Trigger Vote Now 1.Responding to demand 26.3% 2.Improving effectiveness 23.3% 3.Integrated commissioning 15.8% 4.Integrated service delivery 29.3% 5.Shared local authority service 5.3%
This is only half the story! Families, friends and neighbours have a crucial role to support older and vulnerable people to live in their own homes
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