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West Midlands Strategic Clinical Network Mental Health Learning Workshop – 4 February 14. Bernie County Quality Improvement Programme Lead, Mental Health, Dementia & Neurological Conditions. Understanding the new landscape and what challenges the SCN can add value to.

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West midlands strategic clinical network mental health learning workshop 4 february 14

West Midlands Strategic Clinical Network Mental Health Learning Workshop – 4 February 14

Bernie County

Quality Improvement Programme Lead, Mental Health, Dementia & Neurological Conditions


Understanding the

new landscape

and what challenges

the SCN

can add value to

]


Mental health work programme 13 14
Mental Health work programme 13/14

  • CAMHS mapping

    • What is commissioned and by who?

  • Commissioning Outcomes Framework

    • Building on previous work around quality and outcomes

  • Physical Health evidence review

    • What does good look like and what is happening in the West Midlands

  • IAPT

    • Supporting commissioners with understanding their data

    • Capturing learning from pilots on expansion


  • Dementia work programme 13 14
    Dementia work programme 13/14

    • Stakeholder engagement

      • Gaining a picture of the West Midlands

  • Memory Assessment Service mapping

    • Who is doing what?

  • Social care engagement

    • Member of West Midlands ADASS group

  • Diagnosis and care group – pathway work

    • How does active participation in the Network add value?

  • Developing outcomes dashboard

    • Liaising with East Midlands

  • ]



    Plan for 2014 16
    Plan for 2014/16

    • In the process of finalising the proposals for submission to RMT throughout Feb and March

    • Networks and Senates add value by:

      • Having an umbrella view of West Midlands

      • Applying expertise and knowledge to highlight variation

      • Objective clinical and citizen view that can be used to drive change through commissioning

      • Applying knowledge to cross cutting issues and large scale change.

    ]


    Dementia scorecard

    Clinical and

    Citizen

    Senates

    IAPT as part of equity of mental health with physical health


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