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CCG Perspective 11 th May 2012 Phil Mettam CO (Designate). Where we have been New arrangements Creating opportunities GP perspective What will success look like. Where have we been?. PCT’s strategic commissioner of population health.

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Ccg perspective 11 th may 2012 phil mettam co designate

CCG Perspective

11th May 2012

Phil Mettam

CO (Designate)

Delivering Greater Outcomes for the People of Bassetlaw


Ccg perspective 11 th may 2012 phil mettam co designate

Where we have been

New arrangements

Creating opportunities

GP perspective

What will success look like.

Delivering Greater Outcomes for the People of Bassetlaw


Where have we been

Where have we been?

  • PCT’s strategic commissioner of population health.

  • Mixed picture – outcomes and inequalities.

  • Period of growth to austerity.

  • Markets and collaboration.

Delivering Greater Outcomes for the People of Bassetlaw


New arrangements

New arrangements

Role of the LSP – alternative?

Governance of the CCG.

HWB – alignment of strategies (unitary/mulit-tier)

New commissioning arrangements e.g. children.

Delivering Greater Outcomes for the People of Bassetlaw


Gp perspective dr steve kell clinical chair

GP Perspective(Dr Steve Kell, Clinical Chair)

Improved engagement with clinicians

Leads’/members’ meetings

Prescribing – reduced C Diff/Budget

QIPP clinical focus – reinvest in quality

Primary care strategy with NHSCB in future

Delivering Greater Outcomes for the People of Bassetlaw


What will success look like

What will success look like

  • Pragmatic, flexible, progressive.

  • Quality/safety, clinical leadership, excellent engagement.

  • Improved services (short-term), improved outcomes (long-term).

  • Transformed care (long-term).

  • Sustainable partnerships and organisation.

Be Pragmatic, Flexible, Progressive.


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