Presentation on theme: "Birmingham Health And Wellbeing Partnership An introduction to the partnership Darren Wright Life Expectancy – Programme Manager."— Presentation transcript:
Birmingham Health And Wellbeing Partnership An introduction to the partnership Darren Wright Life Expectancy – Programme Manager
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Partnership Established in 2005 to provide partnership arrangements for health, care and wellbeing agencies in the city of Birmingham. One of the seven strategic themes of the ‘Be Birmingham’ partnership framework. It plays a key part in delivering city’s Local Area Agreement (LAA) 2008-11 –“Working together for a better Birmingham” “Be Healthy” is one of the five key outcomes in the LAA
www.bhwp.nhs.uk The Partners Voluntary coalition of health, care and support agencies in Birmingham consisting of: –City Council –Three NHS Primary Care Trusts (PCT) NHS Birmingham East and North (BEN) NHS South Birmingham (SB) Heart of Birmingham (HOB) PCT These four partners form the operational ‘core partners’ Additional partners include voluntary and charitable organisations and community groups.
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham – Quick facts Area: –103.4 square miles (26,777 hectares) Population: –1,006,500 (approx.) Approx 340,000 (33.7%) within NHS South Birmingham Approx 270,000 (26.9%) within Heart of Birmingham PCT Approx 400,000 (39.6%) within NHS Birmingham East and North People per household: –2.36 (average) Age: –Approx 266,000 (26%) are aged 18 or under –Approx 603,500 (60%) are aged between 19 and 64 –Approx 137,000 (14%) are over the age of 65
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham – Quick facts Births: –16,000 (approx; 2003 – 2007 average) Deaths: –9,000 (approx; 2003 – 2007 average) Hospital Admissions: –320,000 Hospital admissions in 2007/08 Deprivation: –10th most deprived Local Authority nationwide in 2007 in terms of income and employment.
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Priorities In developing its approach to key priorities, the BHWP has sought to ensure local partnership arrangements are fit for purpose. The partnership is sharing resources and introducing new arrangements for effective delivery. Priority themes where progress is dependent on partnership working are: 1.Tackling Health Inequalities, 2.Personalised Care, 3.Joint Commissioning, and 4.Understanding Needs and Engaging with Communities.
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Tackling Health Inequalities The approach to Tackling Health Inequalities is based on key priorities: –Life Expectancy (All Age All Cause Mortality) –Tobacco Control –Infant Mortality –Obesity –Health and Employment
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham’s Health Circulatory mortality, under 75
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham’s Health Cancer mortality, under 75
www.bhwp.nhs.uk Birmingham’s Health Infant mortality
www.bhwp.nhs.uk For more information… Check out the BHWP website: www.bhwp.nhs.uk