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NHS Rushcliffe C linical Commissioning Group (CCG). About Us. Statutory public body - April 2013 Organisation Population 122,066 Budget £127m Statutory duties. Our Priorities.

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NHS Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)


About Us

  • Statutory public body

    - April 2013

  • Organisation

    • Population 122,066

    • Budget £127m

  • Statutory duties


Our Priorities

Commission services that improve health of the whole population with better quality of care and outcomes for all patients


Our Priorities

Three priority areas

  • Supporting people to manage ongoing conditions

  • Improving mental health and wellbeing

  • Promoting prevention and early intervention and supporting people to make healthy lifestyle choices.


Plans for the future

  • More support closer to home for patients

  • Right care in the most appropriate place

  • Support and extended access to general practice

  • Support patients in managing own health

  • South Nottinghamshire Transformation Programme


Rushcliffe CCGPrescribing Team


Who we are…

Medicines Management Lead

  • NaynaZuzarte and Beth Carney

    Primary Care Pharmacists

  • Stacey Sadler, Gillian Gookey, Karen Chappell

    Prescribing Technician

  • Sameena Mir

    Total 2.6 WTE


Wider team

  • Shared team across the five Nottinghamshire county CCG’s:

    Area Prescribing Committee / Interface team

    • Nicky Bird, Amanda Rawlings, James Sutton

      Clinical Governance and Care Homes Lead

    • Coral Osborn

      Data Analysts

    • Tim Oxley and Chris Day


Our priorities

  • Promote evidence based cost effective prescribing by optimising the use of medicines in primary care and across the interface with secondary care.

  • Improve health outcomes for Rushcliffe patients through medicines optimisation.

  • Advise on the effective use of medicines across the whole patient pathway.


Quality, Innovation, Productivity & Prevention (QIPP) Strategy2014-2015

£15million prescribing budget

£376k savings to be made on primary care prescribing budget


Quality

  • Reduction in C. Difficile infections through stewardship of antimicrobial prescribing.

  • Reducing harm associated with medicines

  • Using risk stratification and minimising errors where medicines may lead to unplanned admissions.


Innovation

  • Procurement of medicines

  • IT systems

  • Service and Pathway improvement


Productivity

  • Prescribing cost efficiencies

    • Respiratory (COPD/Asthma)

    • Traffic light drugs – Red drugs

    • Specials

    • Cost effective preparations

    • Waste management


Prevention

  • Optimise treatment to prevent long term burden of disease and cost pressures

    • COPD and Asthma

    • Diabetes

    • Cardiovascular disease

    • Frail and elderly

    • Care homes


How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • National and Local guidelines and formulary

    http://www.nottinghamshireformulary.nhs.uk

    http://www.nottsapc.nhs.uk

  • Ensure patients only receive medicines they require

  • Targeted MURs e.g Asthma/COPD

  • Out of stock medicines

  • Specials/unlicensed products


How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • Responding to the National Review of Asthma Deaths

  • 39% of patients who died during the monitoring period had >12 SABA reliever inhalers issued in the year prior to their deaths.

  • 4% of patients had more than 50 inhalers issued in the year prior to their deaths.


How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • Cost effective preparations

    • Dose optimisation

    • Tablets and capsules

    • Oral contraceptives

    • Branded generics

  • Waste Management

    • Overordering


Any questions?


Practices and Pharmacists

  • Karen Chappell

    • East Leake

    • Musters

    • Castle practice (new merged practice)

  • Stacey Sadler

    • Belvoir Practice

    • St Georges

    • West bridgford

    • Gamston

    • Orchard, Kegworth

    • Castle practice


Practices and Pharmacists

  • Gillian Gookey

    • Radcliffe-on-Trent

    • Ruddington medical centre

    • East bridgford

    • Castle practice

  • Sameena Mir

    • Works across all

  • NaynaZuzarte

    • Keyworth


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