Presentation on theme: "Gateshead Health & Wellbeing Governance Arrangements The following schematic allows you to click on the boards or committees marked with a * which will."— Presentation transcript:
*Gateshead Council/Cabinet *Overview & Scrutiny Committee *Overview & Scrutiny Committee *Gateshead Health & Wellbeing Board *Gateshead Health & Wellbeing Board *NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG Governing Body *NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG Governing Body *Gateshead Better Care Fund Programme Board (LA & CCG) *Gateshead Better Care Fund Programme Board (LA & CCG) Commissioners System Resilience Group (meets prior to Gateshead System Resilience Group) Commissioners System Resilience Group (meets prior to Gateshead System Resilience Group) *Gateshead System Resilience Group (i nc Urgent Care Board) CCG/LA/NEAS/NTW/STFT/CBC *Gateshead System Resilience Group (i nc Urgent Care Board) CCG/LA/NEAS/NTW/STFT/CBC *NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG Executive Committee *NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG Executive Committee NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG Delivery Group Accountable Officers Group (LA/CCG/Provider) Accountable Officers Group (LA/CCG/Provider) Executive to Executive with LA/STFT/QE/NTW Executive to Executive with LA/STFT/QE/NTW Gateshead System Resilience – Governance Arrangements Gateshead Integrated Commissioning Group Gateshead Integrated Commissioning Group *Newcastle Gateshead Mental Health Programme Board *Newcastle Gateshead Mental Health Programme Board Gateshead Children’s Programme Board Gateshead Children’s Programme Board *Gateshead Better Care Operational Group (inc. Urgent Care Operational Group) *Gateshead Better Care Operational Group (inc. Urgent Care Operational Group) *Gateshead LTC Operational Group *Gateshead LTC Operational Group Voluntary Sector Health & Wellbeing Advisory Group Voluntary Sector Health & Wellbeing Advisory Group Key CCG Governance Arrangements Assurance Strategic Delivery/Programme *Principles Clinical Overviews Clinical Overviews
Principles * Collaboration & Wellness * Collaboration & Wellness * Co-ordination & Personalisation * Co-ordination & Personalisation * Closer-to-home locality based care * Closer-to-home locality based care * Responsive needs-based care * Responsive needs-based care * Planned care * Planned care Back Click on a tile for further information
Principle - Collaboration and Wellness: Strategies, Interventions, Projects that link to this principle 1/2 Prevention Health and wellbeing Children’s integrated model Self-careEarly Diagnosis Prevention model Back Strategies Projects Key Interventions Health checks Cancer awareness Cardiac rehabilitation School flu- programme Case finding AF Cancer screening Integrated wellness model
Principle - Co-ordination and Personalisation: Strategies, Interventions, Projects that link to this principle Single Point Of Access Intermediate care Care home Palliative care Dementia Locality Teams Supportive discharge Co-ordination of care Support workers Falls AEC Better Care Fund Back Strategy Key Interventions Projects OPNS into residential care home Community-based service provision Bespoke Care Home + case finding Locality-based case management Alignment Health + Social Teams Frailty navigator/pathway Rapid Response Team Prevention Programme AEC beds + 5 pathways IV therapy + IC beds Health + Social IC SPOA Key Interventions: In hospital Out of hospital
Responsive, needs-based care: Strategies, Interventions, Projects that link to this principle Urgent / Emergency Care Ambulatory Care WIC/ECC alignment RAT model – GP led WIC Senior decision making Back Strategy Key Interventions Projects 6 bed - unit Acute physician model 5 - AEC pathways Expansion of IV community service 24/7 Access Care Home visiting service Late afternoon GP visiting service 111 / online access GP
Principle - Closer-to-home: Strategies, Interventions, Projects that link to this principle Closer to home model (community services) Primary care model Telehealth/ care Secondary prevention Case Management Primary Care Variation Back PCCP Care Home initiative Care Planning – at risk groups Locality-based frailty projects MM clinics Year-of-Care model Social Prescribing Florence rollout Strategies Key Interventions Projects
Principle - Planned care Strategies, Interventions, Projects that link to this principle Hospital Service model Long Term Conditions Medicine utilisation Non value added interventions Back Strategies Key Interventions Projects LTC community delivery Review of elective procedures Shared-decision making Prescribing incentive scheme SIRM incidence reporting O/P follow up ES heart failure Eye services ABI service Osteoporosis pathway Community-based LTC pathways
Function Stakeholder Network to influence CCG planning Links to: NTW Transformation Programme, Mental Health Strategy Process, Quarterly Commissioning Forum Membership Primary CareComplex MH Needs Urgent CareOP (inc Dementia) CAHMS (inc CYPS NTW) LD and Autism Suicide Prevention Dr Brigid Joughin Jane Hudspith Rebecca Eadie/Anthony Gowland *Board Membership Dr Kon Conrad Nessa Shell Penny Bowman *Board Membership Dr Helen Ryan Nessa Shell Rebecca Eadie/Jane Walker *Board Membership Dr Olapeju Dafe (GH) Jane Hudspith Nessa Shell Jane Walker *Board Membership Dr David Jones Andy Roberts Aileen Fitzgerald *Board Membership Dr Claire Scarlett Nessa Shell NECS *Board Membership Linda Seery Alice Wiseman *Board Membership Role Support LA review of substance misuse pathways across primary/secondary care (Newcastle). Develop service and procurement options to enable a SPA to primary care mental health and psychological therapies across all agencies to include development and implementation of depression pathway. Achieve national access and recovery IAPT targets. Improve the mental health of people with LTC and MUPs. Reports quarterly. Prevent people dying prematurely. Improve the quality of physical healthcare for people with mental health conditions. Cross cutting theme of complex mental health need. Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care (improving the experience of healthcare for people with mental illness). Focus on recovery and relapse prevention. Reports quarterly. Map current crisis provision and explore collaborative options for future pathway and service spec. Developing a model for urgent care services, including liaison. Reports quarterly. Map current provision and identify strategic priorities. Review and improvement of the dementia care pathway. Enhance the quality of life for people with Long Term Conditions (dementia and the effectiveness of post diagnostic care). Reports six monthly to MHPB Improve the quality of CYPS services Reports six monthly to MHPB. Delivery of Winterbourne: Review of Community services Review of inpatients Timely discharge of Winterbourne cohort Improving autism diagnosis Reports six monthly to MHPB Newcastle Gateshead Mental Health Programme Board Contact for this meeting: Carol Kaikavoosi 0191 217 1569 firstname.lastname@example.org@nhs.net Back
Gateshead Children’s Programme Board Contact for this meeting: Back Function (In development) Membership Workstreams
Long Term Conditions Operational Group Contact: Sandra Murray 0191 217 2845 email@example.com@nhs.net Back Function Implementation of the Long Term Conditions Strategy Membership Gateshead CCG Vice-Chair: Dr Steve Kirk Consultant in Public Health: Pam Lee (Gateshead Council) Associate Director Medicine: Claire Hesketh (Gateshead Healthcare) Practice Nurse: Deborah Dews (Gateshead CCG Executive) Commissioning Manager: Sam Hood (Gateshead CCG) Senior Service Reform Manager: Marc Hopkinson (Newcastle Gateshead Alliance) Involvement/Engagement Manager: Norah Stevens (Gateshead CCG) Clinical Business Manager: Angus McLellan (South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust) WorkstreamsSexual Health Eye Health Diabetes Osteoporosis Cardiovascular Disease Respiratory Liver/Alcohol Learning Disabilities Group Musculoskeletal End of Life/Palliative Care
Systems Resilience Group Contact: Sandra Murray 0191 217 2845 firstname.lastname@example.org@nhs.net Back Function To provide strategic direction to the planning, development and delivery of high quality, integrated services through a whole system approach with partner organisations and key stakeholders. Membership Director, Gateshead CBC: Bill Westwood Gateshead Healthcare: Susan Watson Gateshead CCG Executive: Dr Dan Cowie, Dr Mark Dornan, Jane Mulholland South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust: Irene Stables, Steve Williamson Newcastle Gateshead Alliance Chief Finance Officer: Joe Corrigan Gateshead Council: Michael Laing Senior Service Reform Manager: Marc Hopkinson (Newcastle Gateshead Alliance) Executive Director North East Ambulance Service: Nichola Fairless Group Director, NTW NHS Trust: Russell Patton Gateshead Voluntary Organisations Council: Jenny McAteer Role/Workstreams The Systems Resilience Group will be recognised by the statutory bodies across the health and social care economy as the Group to which they delegate corporate responsibility within their governance structures for: Co-ordination and consistency of policy, for the commissioning and provision of integrated services; taking account of national policy Agreeing care service proposals that identify opportunities for reductions in non-elective admissions and A&E attendances through the redesign of hospital based pathways and/or delivery of new pathways of care in the community Developing proposals which impact on the way in which integrated care is delivered and commissioned, to inform commissioning intentions and strategic priorities.
Better Care Operational Group Contact: Sandra Murray 0191 217 2845 email@example.com@nhs.net Back Function The Better Care Operational Group will ensure collaboration across the Gateshead health and social care system to develop co-ordinated and integrated services and/or pathways which enable the delivery of high quality, safe and clinically effective care to agreed standards which meet the needs of local patients. The Better Care Operational Group will be accountable to the Gateshead System Resilience Group. Membership Director, Gateshead CBC: Bill Westwood (also Helen Lumley) Gateshead NHS Foundation Trust: Claire Hesketh, Debbie Renwick, Martin Rynne, Gillian Wiggham Gateshead Council: Caroline Kavanagh, Jean Kielty, Keith Hogan, Kirsty Sprudd, Lorinda Russell, Margaret Barrett, North East Ambulance Service: Claire Jobling, Stacey Ayre South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust: Angus McLellan, Jayne McQuillan, Katharine Henderson, Marie Herring, North of England Commissioning Support Unit: Emma Gibson, Michael Lydon Gateshead CCG: Dr Dan Cowie, Ruth Bonnington, Marc Hopkinson NTW NHS Trust: Julie Green, Lindsay Rowlands, Nichola Tibbs, Kathryn Elliott, Kate Bowman PUCPI Member: Sharon Stuart Public Health: Paul Gray Role/Workstreams
Back Better Care Fund Programme Board Contact: Suzanne Basquil – 0191 433 2602 firstname.lastname@example.org@gateshead.gov.uk Function To ensure delivery of the Better Care Fund Programme. Provide assurance to the Health & Wellbeing Board, Gateshead Council’s Cabinet and Gateshead CCG Governing body that the Better Care Fund plan is being implemented in accordance with the submission for Gateshead. Provide similar assurance to NHS England’s Area Team. Maintain an overview of the BCF schemes as a collective, including their interdependencies and address any issues referred to it by the Better Care Strategy Group and Better Care Commissioning Group. Provide an escalation point to address governance issues and provide dispute resolution linked to the BCF, including pooled budget arrangements. Membership Newcastle Gateshead CCG: Joe Corrigan, Colin Smith, Jane Mulholland, Dan Cowie, Claire Dovell, Philip Argent, Jill McGrath Gateshead Borough Council: David Bunce, Michael Laing, John Costello, Louise Rule, Carole Wood, Martin Gray, Kristina Robson, Alice Wiseman, David Oates The Board is jointly led by the Strategic Director for Care, Wellbeing and Learning and the Chief Finance and Operating Officer of Gateshead CCG. Role
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