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Position Benchmarking ………….PCT
Another Self Assessment? Uses the knowledge from the previous assessments to plot where the PCT is in implementing its whole agenda Uses the Healthcare Commission implementation score Quick to do Exposes both success and inadequate implementation
Aims Present the information in a highly visual format Evaluate the whole remit of the PCT Ensure there is shared agreement Use to decide the priorities to be tackled first Pay attention to the important issues as well as the urgent
What does it consist of? Examines the three core aims of the PCT – -Development of primary and community services -Commissioning of secondary care -Improving the health of the population And -Developing the organisation, in order to deliver the three core aims
The scoring 1 The tool uses a scoring system based on the Healthcare Commission framework: 1 = Little or no progress at strategic level or at operational level IIa+ b = Worthwhile progress and development at strategic level but not at operational level (or vice-versa) IIc = Worthwhile progress and development at strategic level and at operational level but not across the whole organisation or function.
The scoring 2 3 = Good strategic grasp and substantial implementation. 4 = Excellence – co-ordinated activity and development across the whole organisation or function that is demonstrably leading to improvements. This scores how far an issue has been implemented in the PCT
Completing the Radars Plot a dot in each segment on the line which best describes the state of implementation. The score will be an amalgamation of a number of issues in each domain. If you are uncertain what to score, think how you could prove it with evidence Use the descriptors to tell you what the segment covers