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Use of Resources Summit 14 December 2009 Workshop C: Partnership with Health – the East Sussex POPP programme Beverly Hone Assistant Director – Strategy.

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1 Use of Resources Summit 14 December 2009 Workshop C: Partnership with Health – the East Sussex POPP programme Beverly Hone Assistant Director – Strategy & Commissioning & Jessie McArthur Head of Policy & Service Development

2 Local enablers Joint Commissioning Strategy for Older People and Partnership Board All Plans aligned to direction of travel Good use of JSNA Mechanisms for Whole Systems developments Accountability to older people (3500 forum members)

3 Local barriers? History of difficult relationships eg high DTCs Complex picture re preventative developments – causal links and benefits accrual Securing resources for community investment (resisting the pull into hospitals) National policy context

4 Partnerships for Older People Projects (POPP) A £60m national fund from the DH, awarded to 19 sites in 2006 (and 10 more in 2007) to test and evaluate, innovative approaches that sustain prevention work for older people Innovation, the prevention & well-being agenda, and partnership

5 Independence First The East Sussex programme £3.2 million 2 year partnership between older people, local health, social services and community services. Grant funding ended in June 2008, and services now fully integrated Why this programme? Local issues – large older people population and known gaps esp. Mental Health Targeted prevention Long-Term Conditions

6 Independence First aims Improve the care, quality of life & wellbeing of older people Help older people maintain their independence Support sustainable shifts in resources from acute to community care Increase support for people with long term conditions Maximise effective partnership with the voluntary sector Test service innovation

7 Independence First services 12 services improving the health & wellbeing of older people most at risk of going into hospital or a care home – Specialist & Community-based Specialist Services Enhanced response (ASC) – rapid access home care Duty & Assessment - extended hours Falls prevention Medicines management Rapid response (health) Memory assessment Extended hours community mental health Paramedic practitioners

8 Community services ICES Direct – rapid access simple equipment County Connect – simple inter-agency referral Bathing advice & information Navigator service – info + practical support handyperson services wellbeing, carer and transport grants (prototype personal budgets) aids and equipment

9 Measuring success Service use data Case studies Quality of life surveys Staff, public and stakeholder surveys Service user interviews Economic impact Whole System indicators

10 Outcomes Over 12,350 people accessed services funded by Independence First (July 06 – March 09) Economic appraisal suggests by avoiding more expensive care options, the POPP specialist services have returned £3 for ever £2 spent for reinvestment in health and social care. Even after formal closure, performance sustained or improved!

11 Quality of life Quality of life survey suggests that while peoples health status remains stable they: Feel more confident Knowledgeable about their condition and where to get information Able to manage their condition Modest improvement in perceived quality of life Self reported decrease in use of emergency care

12 Example of Outcome reporting 6 month Before & After Navigator service user survey results Sample of 70 in March 2008 BeforeAfter

13 ASC performance improvements Older people helped to live at home62 Households receiving intensive homecare22% Carers who receive services12% Waiting time for social care services90%

14 Health service indicators Reduce Emergency bed days-16% Reduce admissions via A&E-10% Reduce falls related ambulance attendances -3% Reduce falls related ambulance conveyances to A&E 9% Reduce emergency fractured hip admissions -2%

15 Improving equity


17 Older peoples involvement Commissioning services POPP Reference Group Service Champions Service user interviews Facilitating focus groups – Anchor staying put Charter Mark

18 Tools to share End of POPP programme report Monitoring and evaluation toolkit Older people involvement toolkit Just released: National POPP evaluation, incl. 4 generic business cases for preventative interventions

19 Learnings to share re Partnership work Directly engage with older people (co- production) Use evidence base/good practice for design Clearly define and resource projects Use partners effectively - Health and VCS (and beyond) Good performance tools

20 Learnings to share re Partnership work cont. Agree your approach to joint investment/sustainability: Close alignment to commissioning plans – cautious exposure to non-core business Proven reductions in emergency care usage but not released spend from acute provision ie be realistic Use an Investment/Disinvestment tool

21 Does this approach scale-up to support further integration? Yes (we think!) Our next step – Integration Plan for Health, Social Care & Wellbeing Big Ticket items – Intermediate Care/re- ablement, Dementia, LTC, etc Add Value items – Quality of Life and personalisation Efficiency items – commissioning resource and back office

22 Contacts 01273 482586 01273 481141

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