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THE MODERNISATION AGENDA 2015–2025 What are the implications for workforce development ?. Friday 14 th February 2014. Dr Patricia Oakley Director, Practices made Perfect Ltd. Teaching and Research Fellow Public Policy and Management King’s College, London.
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What are the implications for workforce development?
Friday 14th February 2014
Dr Patricia Oakley
Director, Practices made Perfect Ltd.
Teaching and Research Fellow
Public Policy and Management
King’s College, London
FOCUS ON THE FUTURE – THE STRATEGIC REFORM AGENDA AND IMPLICATIONS
New Reality – Tight Fiscal Regime; Real Incomes; Size of State
BIG SCIENCE COMING TO YOU SOONRCTs, Cash Flow, Research New Ways of Working
Build a fabric of dense social networks within which good quality health and social care interventions are delivered in a timely and sensitive way.
The Goals of Integrated Care Programmes
Reducing Social Isolation
?What is the Role of the State?
Hospital @ Home Service
[email protected] Home Service
Single-people enabledHomes and Campuses
“High Street” Screeningand Diagnostic Centres (high science and technology)
Community Activity Centresand The Gym
Re-enablement, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Centres
GP Well-being PracticesandManaged Care Centres
(Cancer, Stroke/Cardio, Mental Health)
Urgent Care Centres
Planned Care Centres
Nursing and Care Homes
(including children’strauma service)
Paramedic/Blue Light Service Services
Local Care Services
(including mental health and planned care services)
Social Care Services
Hospice and Hospital at Home Services
(including children’surgent care service)
Maternity & Neonatology
Community Pharmacy and Medicines Services
Social & Probation and Police Services
GP Surgeries and Out of Hours Services
Cancer, Cardiac, StrokeCare Services
Community Nursing and Midwifery and Therapy Services
Mental Health Care Services
(includes current A&E “minors” service)
The Role of the State – Progress Report
Focus on the Future – The Wheel Turns AgainPossible Streamlined Public Service Architecture*
Independent NHS Board and its Regional Directorates
Pay Review Bodies
Independent Reconfiguration Panel
Service Commissioning Agencies
Service Providers Network
“Professionalism” Goals: Good, Safe, and Accurate Patient Care
Good, Safe and Accurate Patient Care
Practice Standardsand Quality Assurance
Education and Trainingand Supervision
Staff’s Behaviours, Attitudes, Aptitudes,Skills and Knowledge
? Who develops and QAs the clinical placements?