Presentation on theme: "Seven Day Services Improvement Programme Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull Collaborative Professor Matthew Cooke Deputy Medical Director (Strategy & transformation)"— Presentation transcript:
Seven Day Services Improvement Programme Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull Collaborative Professor Matthew Cooke Deputy Medical Director (Strategy & transformation) Heart of England NHS FT ‘7 day services is only part of a whole system transformation’
Optimising hospital flow, including discharge to ensure front end emergency care capacity. Flow is a whole system issue. Where are the bottle necks?
How we are addressing it: Perfect Week, including with community SAFER care bundle Monitoring systems, including Jonah Feedback mechanisms Gap analysis Discharge hub 7/7 Access to community facilities 7/7
Perfect Week, including with community The perfect week methodology is a way of resetting a broken system relying on a mixture of social movement theory, multiple rapid improvement methodology and strong leadership and support mechanisms. It has been developed to help solve poor flow in hospitals resulting in overcrowding in emergency departments. One week of intense improvement activity can improve flow across the whole hospital resulting in safer, higher quality care and it can then be sustained.
S - Senior Review, all patients have a Daily Consultant Review, sick and discharge patients seen before 10am A - All patients a Planned Discharge Date F - Flow, every ward should have a min. of 1 bed available from 9am to enable emergency assessment and theatre services to flow safely. E – Early discharge, 50% of our patients will be discharged from base inpatient wards before midday. R – Review, a weekly systematic review of patients with extended lengths of stay ( > 14 days
Monitoring systems, including Jonah Feedback mechanisms
Gap analysis Therapies Nursing Senior Medical Junior Medical Clinical support Non-clinical support
Discharge hub 7/7 Access to community facilities 7/7