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STAYING THE SAME IS NOT AN OPTION. Surinder Singh Kalsi Vice-Chairman, NEL LPC Member, Strategy Sub-committee. NHS: Staying the same is not an option. Pharmacy and others must take advantage of important opportunities, including: Innovative new treatments and technology

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Surinder singh kalsi vice chairman nel lpc member strategy sub committee

STAYING THE SAME IS NOT AN OPTION

Surinder Singh Kalsi

Vice-Chairman, NEL LPC

Member, Strategy Sub-committee


Nhs staying the same is not an option

NHS: Staying the same is not an option

Pharmacy and others must take advantage of important opportunities, including:

  • Innovative new treatments and technology

  • Putting people in control of their own health and care

  • Integrating more heath and care services

  • Having greater emphasis on keeping healthy.

Staying the Same is Not an Option


Challenges

Challenges

  • a £30bn efficiency challenge by 2020/21

  • The challenge would be greater if the economy deteriorates

  • The UK performs poorly on several of the most important health problems compared to peers

  • We spend a small amount of money on prevention

  • We don’t do enough to tackle the underlying risk factors that are associated with premature death and chronic disability.

Staying the Same is Not an Option


The nhs belongs to the people a call to action

The NHS belongs to the people:A Call to Action

  • The NHS is going to be reformed in a very significant way.

  • Pharmacy will not escape changes

  • Can people ever remember a consultation about community pharmacy before?

Staying the Same is Not an Option


S ix outcomes for the nhs

Six Outcomes for the NHS

The NHS has stated six outcomes they want for now and in the future:

  • Better Clinical Outcomes for Patients: quality improvement, integration, selfcare and patient involvement. More IT.

  • NHS Services 7 Days a Week: services available 24/7 from GPs and pharmacies

  • Transparency and Participation: Friends and Family Test and patients would be driving decisions about which services they want.

  • Putting Patients and Citizens First: No decision about me without me. This means working differently with patients.

  • Transformative Ideas: new ideas to save money, improve quality and involve patients

  • Financial Control: need to save £30 billion by 2020

Staying the Same is Not an Option


W hy is the call to action important

Why is the Call to Action important?

Because, this time pharmacy is targeted for change by the government and the change is going to be at:

  • afundamental level and

  • involves a multiple-level change which includes

    • changes to practice,

    • IT,

    • staff,

    • education,

    • premises,

    • public involvement,

    • integrated working and, of course,

    • remuneration.

Staying the Same is Not an Option


Thank you all for coming

Thank you all for coming

  • So far your LPC is the only LPC, NOT just in London but in the country, to organise such an event despite the NHS and PSNC urging LPCs to do so.

  • Thanks to all our

    • Speakers

    • Sponsors and

    • You

Staying the Same is Not an Option


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