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NHS England’s Community Pharmacy “Call to Action” The Contractor Views. Dr Tarlochan S Gill “Tali” Chair, Kent LPC.

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nhs england s community pharmacy call to action the contractor views

NHS England’s Community Pharmacy“Call to Action”The Contractor Views

Dr Tarlochan S Gill “Tali”

Chair, Kent LPC

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Aim “To develop a mutual understanding of the importance of a Call to Action and discuss ways to promote our case”Agenda7.15 pm Introduction and Background Tali Gill, Chair Kent LPC7.45 pm Call to Action: the National View Ash Soni OBE8.15 pm Call to Action: the LPC View Mike Keen, CEO Kent LPC8.45 pm Pharmacy & other Stakeholdersdiscussing and presenting their views All 9.30 pm AOB  9.45 pm CloseWe thank Bayer PLC for supporting this event with an educational grant.

overview
Overview
  • Background/Context
  • Purpose of Pharmacy CtA
  • How will this be achieved?
  • What is planned Locally?
  • What will happen Nationally?
  • Why it matters
  • NHSE’s 4 Questions
background
Background
  • 1st publication: The NHS belongs to the people – A call to action
  • 2nd publication:

Improving General Practice – a Call to Action

  • 3rd publication (10th Dec 2014):

Improving health and patient care through Community Pharmacy – a Call to Action

  • Others publications to follow:

- dentistry and eye care

community pharmacy
Community pharmacy
  • A number of important developments……
purpose of pharmacy cta
Purpose of Pharmacy CtA?

NHS England is working to develop a plan for future primary care services.

As part of that it wants to secure community pharmacy services that:

  • deliver great outcomes;
  • are cost effective;
  • reach into every community; and
  • make the most of pharmacists’ expertise and pharmacy’s unique accessibility
how will this be achieved
How will this be achieved?

By stimulating debate in local communities, the CTA will:

  • shape local strategies for community pharmacy; and
  • inform NHS England’s national approach to commissioning community pharmacy services
what is planned locally
What is planned locally?
  • The NHS England Area Team will host a local discussion event prior to mid-March for:
    • Everyone who works in community pharmacy
    • Clinical Commissioning Groups
    • Commissioning Support Units
    • Community trusts and hospital trusts
    • Health and Wellbeing Boards and Local Authorities
    • Patients, carers and local Healthwatch
    • Area team staff, including LPN chairs
    • Local Education & Training Board
    • Academic Health Science Networks
    • Each Area Team will develop its own engagement plans
what will happen nationally
What will happen nationally?
  • NHS England will work closely with a range of national partners including:
    • Key pharmacy organisations (RPS, PSNC, PV……)
    • the Department of Health
    • Public Health England
    • Health Education England
    • Local Government Association
    • Patient Groups
    • Employers
    • Pharmacy Educators

to develop its strategic approach to commissioning community pharmacy services

why it matters
Why it matters
  • Following the CTA, NHS England will publish more detail on how it plans to commission community pharmacy services nationally
  • This will link to its approach to commissioning general practice and other services
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Why it matters

  • ‘Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’ to persuade the NHS of the credibility of community pharmacies as providers of services, commissioned at national or local level
  • The results of the CTA will determine policy on future commissioning of community pharmacy services
  • It is an opportunity we cannot afford to miss!
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Why really it matters…….

  • We all recognise that the use of medicines is sub optimal. Community Pharmacy can play a significant role in supporting patients to get more from their medicines……LTC’s
  • Community Pharmacy can play a significant role in supporting patients and the public with public health issues………Health-Social care
  • Urgent and Emergency Care Review. Recognised the role community pharmacy plays in terms of patients contact and support for out of hospital care…….Primary-Secondary transfer care
nhs england s 4 questions
NHS England’s 4 Questions
  • How can we create a culture where the public in England are aware of and utilise fully the range of services available from their local community pharmacy now and in the future?
  • How can the way we commission services from community pharmacy maximise the potential for community pharmacy to support patients to get more from their medicines?
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NHS England’s 4 Questions

  • How can we better integrate community pharmacy services into the patient care pathway?
  • How can the use of a range of technologies increase the safety of dispensing?
what else has happened locally
What else has happened locally?
  • KSS Chief Pharmacists: 22nd Jan 2014
  • Kent LPN-Area Team: 6th Feb 2014
  • MSoP Pharmacy Undergraduates: 17th Feb 2014
  • Kent Contractors: tonight
  • LPN Chairs: Bi-weekly teleconference
  • Patient Questionnaire