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1 Oldham Doing It Differently
Dr Hugh Sturgess Director, Pennine MSK Partnership

2 Context New White Paper Deep seated failings in the NHS
Root and branch reform of NHS in England Unprecedented financial challenge for NHS Deep seated failings in the NHS Model of Care System of Care


4 What’s wrong with the system?
System of Care “Disintegration!” Micro-commissioning complex pathways Perverse incentives – PbR KPIs process driven not population level improvement or patient experience No effective performance management of care

5 Variation in MSK Spend

6 Programme Budget Commissioning
Different from standard approach Commission with the lead accountable provider for defined programmes of care with a defined budget Commissioners have population quality based KPIs Lead accountable provider shares responsibility for care co-ordination, quality and performance management across the entire pathway

7 One thing I have always found is that you have got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology. Steve Jobs

8 Patients want more involvement

9 Analysis: Satisfaction with Total Knee Replacement (NJR)
Satisfaction questions were completed by 8095 patients Overall - 81.8% were satisfied - 11.2% were unsure - 7.0% were not satisfied The OKS varied according to patient satisfaction (p<0.001) Source: National Joint Registry


11 Challenges Lack of faith in new system
Lack of interest/support from grass root GPs Dismantle existing systems Financial instability Threat of competition Ageing population, more expensive treatments, increasing co-morbidities and LTCs Lack of integrated care Much spoken of – hardly ever delivered Need to shift investment from Acute trusts to community and primary care

12 Oldham

13 Pennine MSK Partnership
Primary Care based organisation commissioned by NHS Oldham to provide non admitted care in rheumatology, orthopaedics and chronic pain Consultant led – provide 97% rheumatology and take patients to point of listing in Orthopaedics From May 2011 control £23m programme budget for MSK using prime vendor model Psychological medicine for chronic pain 11,000 new referrals a year Deliver traditional hospital based services from community – biologics and infusions GP and Specialist training Research

Primary care holistic assessment and care COMMUNITY MULTIDISCIPLINARY SPECIALIST SERVICE (Pathway Hub) Prime contractor Highly specialised, intensive, episodic hospital care Referral triage SUBCONTRACTING Hub functions: Skilling up 1’ care Specialist Assessment Specialist integrated care Shared Decision Making Personal Health Planning Supported Self Care Patient & carer support Voluntary sector provision PATHWAY MANAGEMENT Referral

15 NHS Oldham Programme Budget
MSK - £23m - Pennine MSK 1st May 2011 Primary Care Local enhanced services Community Care Pennine MSK Physiotherapy, podiatry Secondary Care All activity included

16 Outcomes Of Programme Budget
We are incentivised to performance manage the entire pathway Invest in Shared Decision Making and Self Management Work with primary care to reduce variation Work with secondary care to ensure best practice is followed Work with commissioner – high value care within budget

17 Delivering Integration
Commissioner will focus on clinical outcomes rather than process metric Patients at the centre of our redesign Work with third sector Use self management and self referral were clinically appropriate

18 Challenges and Opportunities
Acute Trust attitude Change in commissioning Financial constraints GP support Initial suspicion Wider support as triage spreads to all referrals Clinician support

19 Listing – after choice – 18 week compliance by week 7
Knee Pathway (O/A) Triage of Referral within 24 hours on CaB – Signpost patient to NHS PDAs Face to face assessment ESP with 2 weeks with diagnostics – telephone FU if needed Listing – after choice – 18 week compliance by week 7

20 Shared Decision Making
Tested and Implemented the AQuA model past 2 years Looked at impact of implementing SDM on patient reported outcomes for those who have had knee arthroplasty, year before implementation compared to the two years since Already know SDM results in patient expectations being more realistic High dissatisfaction in knee arthroplasty (19% of patient ambivalent about or regret surgery) Joint project with NHS England

21 Shared Decision Making Implementation
Developed and trialed the NHS patient decision aids Staff training Organisation changes – standard board reports, staff induction, measuring decisional conflict Patient empowerment – Ask three questions AQuA collaborative All patients: Given A3Q leaflets Signposted to PDAs All front line staff trained in SDM, many in Motivational Interviewing too

22 Better Health Outcomes
Used Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) data on EQ-5D index to show: Oldham’s knee replacement patients received an average health gain of 0.27 in 2009/10 and by 2011/12. A statistically and clinically significant increase in Oldham’s patients health outcomes. The England average health gain was 0.30 throughout the period. Period of improvement matches the introduction of SDM. Involving patients in decision to treat appears to lead to better outcomes. Treated increasingly sicker patients in Oldham, but restored to same good health level. Improvement delivered within financial constraints in period with: Arthroscopies growing at 8% in Oldham compared to 12% nationally. Musculoskeletal spend per head decreasing by £10 in Oldham compared to an increase of £10 nationally.

23 Reducing per capita cost whilst maintaining quality
Pennine MSK Impact Reducing per capita cost whilst maintaining quality

24 Reducing per capita cost whilst maintaining quality
Pennine MSK Impact Reducing per capita cost whilst maintaining quality

25 Thank You Dr Hugh Sturgess Tel: Mob:

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