Presentation on theme: "Innovation Sessions Workshop 1 - Commissioning 4 th March 2015 Chair: Dr Stephen Howell Head of Culture & Sport, Durham CC."— Presentation transcript:
Innovation Sessions Workshop 1 - Commissioning 4 th March 2015 Chair: Dr Stephen Howell Head of Culture & Sport, Durham CC
Project Sponsors Sport England/CLOA programme – Commissioning Support for Local Authorities Arts Council England Funded Cultural Commissioning Programme a Partnership between NCVO (lead), NEF and NPC
Introductions Durham County Council: – Julie Russell –Culture & Sport Strategic Manager – Stephen Howell – Head of Culture & Sport, Durham County Council Kent County Council: – Cllr Mike Hill OBE, Cabinet Member for Community Services, – Laura Bailey – Arts & Regeneration Officer.
The Durham Project A new County Council, LGR 2009; Newly formed Culture & Sport Service 2013 Austerity: Significant savings Public Health positioning Changing social care legislation Confusing landscape and language So what’s our role and position ?
The Durham Project Assigned a valued Independent Consultant Honest analysis of where we were: – Understanding commissioning, – Commissioning relationships, – Existing contracts & partnerships, – Strategic positioning, – Is Physical Activity positioned well in key documents? – Part of the transformation? – Opportunities identified?
Our Project Aspirations Be part of the transformation process within the authority – embed new principles of working A shift from being seen as pure provider to being acknowledged as a strategic player in health and social care Wider opportunities, leading to integrated working and co-design of services
The Journey Mapping of landscape – creating conversations & identifying the opportunities Outcomes Framework Influencing the influencers – Big Messages…The ‘Big tent’ day. Actions Plans for next steps- – Understanding the components – The Big Summer Physical Activity Summit – A Strategic framework & Pledges?
Natural Environment (parks, rivers, nature, coastal) Natural Environment (parks, rivers, nature, coastal) Schools Urban Environment Media and Social Marketing Campaigns Transport / Movement Networks Work place Work place Community Primary Health care Primary Health care Sports INFRASTRUCTURE PROGREAMS POLICIES PLACES ACTIONS Necessary Components of Local Action on Physical Activity Partnerships Workforce Leadership Political Commitments LocalAction Plan National Targets R and D Resources $ Monitoring and Evaluation Source: Professor Fiona Bull – Loughborough University, & Dr William Bird (OBE), GP and Advisor to PHE
Durham’s Summer Summit Leadership Summit – clear strategic role agreed for Culture & Sport Statement Position A single metric for change Some clear outcome areas Maximising resource –a coordinated plan Measuring success Maintain momentum.
The Project Outcomes Engagement in commissioning - Wellbeing 4 Life, ASA Dementia Pilot…Social prescribing… Relationships – Big tent day, Wellbeing for life partnership, Adult Learning….. Sustainability - new service strategy and structure with new team to forge new approaches with PH and Social care
Our Learning Strategic influencing – portfolio holders and key management teams. Our service narrative is better. Physical Activity is everyone’s business. Wellbeing for life tender process – from market testing to reality. Knowing our own mind and take people with us Being around the right tables – thinkers.
CriteriaBaseline Rating (1-5) End of Project Rating (1-5) Understanding Commissioning24 Commissioning Relationships23.5 Existing Contracts35 Partnerships24 Strategic positioning13.5 Physical activity in plans?23 Part of transformation?13 New opportunities14 Our Learning Curve
A Case: Wellbeing for Life £2.1M Wellbeing Contract, 2+ 1 years Health trainer model – shift to a holistic model to tackle social determinants. Mature in our thinking 5 partner local consortia. Shared values -’Durham at its heart’ Honest discussion for the future Small ‘versus’ Big Partners Creating a scalable system