Presentation on theme: "THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Home Care Model for Tri-Borough Paul Rackham Tri-Borough Head of Community Commissioning Adult Social Care Will Tate (PPL), representing."— Presentation transcript:
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Home Care Model for Tri-Borough Paul Rackham Tri-Borough Head of Community Commissioning Adult Social Care Will Tate (PPL), representing Robert Sainsbury Deputy Managing Director and Out of Hospital Programme Manager Hammersmith and Fulham CCG
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Background A tri-borough approach for commissioning and operational teams A commitment to develop integrated approaches between NHS and ASC community services Demographics and the Out of Hospital strategies leading to an increase in the number of people with complex health and social care needs, living independently in the community Reduction in use of Residential Care Decreasing budgets and increasing demand so need to prevent avoidable deterioration Positive experience of electronic monitoring and centralised brokerage team Political support for improvements in home care
A Big Culture Change Whole system approach: Improved health and wellbeing focus and improved partnership working Prevention: A reablement approach Personalisation: Developing a more personalised service, aligning and improving assessment processes and improving Direct Payments systems Local approach: Patch based, familiar workers, connecting with the local community and health services Shaping a Healthier Future strategy for Inner, North West London is a major NHS reconfiguration initiative NHS Community Services are changing through Primary Care Networks
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Elements of the Model – Scope: The ongoing support to people with dementia, learning disabilities, mental health problems, challenging behaviour, physical disabilities. – Workforce: Emphasis on the quality and skills of a mixed workforce. Customers want regular care workers, who know the local area and facilities and who have a good customer relationship with them. – Health input: Close working with health and social care professionals to provide joined up care to customers. – Patches: Nine patches across the three boroughs, all around 3,000 hrs per week.
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Elements of the Model – Single Brokerage Team handling all ordering and ongoing contact with providers. – Focus on Outcomes: As part of the assessment, support plan and review. – Flexibility: Customers will be given a block of hours (or budget) each month that they can use flexibly. – E-monitoring: The model will be underpinned by electronic monitoring and a homecare management service. – Payment: Providers will be paid automatically based on the actual hours delivered as monitored by the system.
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Elements of the Model Reablement approach – “doing with” – maintaining or reducing levels of support. Multidisciplinary working, between health and ASC, will be central to the service.
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Restricted Tender Two Stages Stage 1 – Pre Qualifying Questionnaire (PQQ) Stage 2 – Invitation to Tender (ITT)
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME The PQQ will normally look at the following: -That your organisation has the correct policies and procedures in place covering insurances, health and safety and quality assurance, equal opportunities, safeguarding, business continuity etc. -Previous experience of delivering homecare, which will be tested by a number of questions covering service delivery, safeguarding, working in diverse communities, workforce training and organisation, patch working etc. -That your organisation is of sufficient financial standing. Rank patches in order of preference Only shortlisted for two patches Maximum of five providers per patch invited to tender
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Recognise the value of mixed market Welcome bids from small, medium and large providers Consortium - Two or more organisations joining to form a separate legal entity. -Contract is with the consortium not individual organisations. -Information from all organisations will be assessed. Sub-contracting - Council has contract with one lead organisation. - Lead organisation subcontracts with other organisations to deliver care on their behalf. - Lead organisation is responsible for ensuring delivery and quality of all care provided.
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME For advice and guidance on this area please contact: Westminster Action for Voluntary Engagement on http://wave-vcs.org.uk/ http://wave-vcs.org.uk/ Voluntary Action Westminster http://www.vawcvs.org/http://www.vawcvs.org/ Hammersmith Council for Voluntary Service http://www.cavsa.org.uk/ http://www.cavsa.org.uk/ Kensington and Chelsea Social Council http://www.kcsc.org.uk/about-kensington-chelsea-social- council http://www.kcsc.org.uk/about-kensington-chelsea-social- council
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Invitation to Tender (ITT) Evaluated on 50% price, 50 % quality Price – based on a number of elements including hourly rate Quality - your proposal for delivering the service
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Contract Award and Implementation No more than two patches Patches cannot be in the same borough Minimum of five, maximum of nine providers Feedback to unsuccessful Providers Direct Payment and Personal Budgets
THE TRI-BOROUGH PROGRAMME Indicative Timetable ActionTimescale Pre Qualification Questionnaire End of May 2014 Return of PQQ2 nd July 2014 Invitation to Tender11 th August 2014 Return of Tenders19 th September 2014 Contract AwardDecember 2014 ImplementationJanuary 2015 – April 2015 www.capitalesourcing.com
Collaboration Questions What your organisation does What you would bring to a collaboration What role you want to have in these contracts What arrangement you would be interested in.