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Andy Williams presentation
Working in partnership
with the voluntary sector
Andy Williams
Accountable Officer
A new approach
• NHS faces increasing demand on services
and budgets
• Better Care Fund calls on us to integrate
• How do we reduce demand on hospitals?
• We need to think differently!
• Forging links between NHS and
voluntary sector
• New approaches to procurement
How we work with you now
In 2014/15 we’re spending around £4m on
voluntary sector services, including:
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Children’s hospice
Asperger syndrome support
End of life
Therapy services
Dementia signposting
Bereavement
Confidence and wellbeing
Stroke information and
advice
• Crisis beds
• Specialist palliative care
• Carer’s support
• Low intensity psychological
therapies
• Adult and African Caribbean
mental health
• Cancer nursing
• Sickle cell and thalassaemia
• Women’s mental health
• Chaplains
• Youth counselling
Partnership working
Case study:
Route2Wellbeing
• Portal bringing GPs and
the voluntary sector
together
• Developed in partnership
BVSC/SCVO
• Being recognised
nationally as best
practice
• route2wellbeing.info
Case study: Lozells, Birchfield and Handsworth Community Trust
• We wanted to strengthen our
engagement in the Lozell’s and East
Handsworth area
• Our aim was to build stronger
relationships with Patients and the
Voluntary Sector
• We commissioned the Trust to
work with us to build networks
We worked with the Trust to
hold:
• A number of introductory
meetings with local
organisations
• Workshops and events
with local residents
Listening to your views
• Patient and Partnership
Advisory Group (PPAG)
• Representation on CCG
committees
• Wider stakeholder events- e.g.
commissioning intentions
• Targeted engagement around
priorities e.g. stroke
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Conversations included:
Children and young
Adults’ mental health
IVF
Stroke
Community nursing
Long term conditions
End of life care
The future
Our commissioning priorities
2014-2016
• Urgent care
• Outpatient
modernisation
• Mental health
• Enhanced services
• Pathway management
• Intermediate care
• Long term conditions
• System usage
• 7 day working
• Community
services
• Readmissions
• Children's’ services
and maternity
• Stroke
• End of life
• Musculoskeletal
• Vaccine uptake
Recognising the expertise within local communities
New opportunities
Alcohol related
admissions
Cancer
mortality
Asthma
MSK: primary care
prescribing
Trauma and
injury
Renal pathway
Midland Met Hospital
• £353million hospital in Smethwick by 2018
• Approved by the Treasury July 2014
• Modern premises, to deliver
dignity, respect and choice
Part of a wider puzzle
• Invest in primary care
• Integrate services (care closer to home)
• Develop more community services
Voluntary sector is key to the success of the hospital
Taking local to the next level
Healthy communities
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Strengthening local focus in 2014/15
10 enthusiastic groups of practices “pilot push sites”
Representing 35 practices and 200,000 people
Building on community multi-disciplinary teams (MDT)
Locally driven change- what’s best for the community
Working in partnership with councils
Multi-million pound investment
Maximising self care/prevention
Based on community nursing transformation
Community offer
Moving towards implementation
A local approach is the future…
collaborating with communities
Healthy Communities
Case study
Tower Hill
Employing a Patient
Support Officer with
resource to work
with the voluntary
and community
sector (VCS)
Handsworth Wood
Medical Centre
(Vitality Partnership)
A Government
Vanguard Site
Began engagement
with the VCS at a
local event on 22
July 2014
Summerfield
Primary Care Centre
& Aston Pride/
Newton Health
Centre
Working towards a
complete care
model which aims
to bring local
community and
voluntary sector
organisations
together
Community offer pilot
• Delivering the Better Care
Fund
• Different approach in
Sandwell
• Six Community Offer sites
• £600,000 investment by
Sandwell Council
• Local voluntary sector
organisations supporting
our priorities e.g. flu
vaccines
• Working together with
GPs
If funding was availablecould this work in West
Birmingham?
How can the voluntary sector help
commissioners?
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Innovation
• Identifying a need in the community
• Working with the NHS to respond to that need
• Making the link to our priorities
• Evidence
• Thorough analysis of the social impact
• Demonstrating a return on investment
• Provides valuable evidence to commissioners
How can we better support the
voluntary sector?
• We have taken on board your feedback
• Early 2015 developing a strategy with
BVSC and SCVO
• Promoting services to GPs to
encourage referrals
• Further promotion of
Route2Wellbeing
• Do you have any training needs,
e.g. procurement process, media
training?- can we support?
Your ideas/ suggestions
Questions?
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