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Nhs rushcliffe c linical commissioning group ccg

NHS Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

About us
About Us

  • Statutory public body

    - April 2013

  • Organisation

    • Population 122,066

    • Budget £127m

  • Statutory duties

Our priorities
Our Priorities

Commission services that improve health of the whole population with better quality of care and outcomes for all patients

Our priorities1
Our Priorities

Three priority areas

  • Supporting people to manage ongoing conditions

  • Improving mental health and wellbeing

  • Promoting prevention and early intervention and supporting people to make healthy lifestyle choices.

Plans for the future
Plans for the future

  • More support closer to home for patients

  • Right care in the most appropriate place

  • Support and extended access to general practice

  • Support patients in managing own health

  • South Nottinghamshire Transformation Programme

Rushcliffe ccg prescribing team

Rushcliffe CCGPrescribing Team

Who we are
Who we are…

Medicines Management Lead

  • NaynaZuzarte and Beth Carney

    Primary Care Pharmacists

  • Stacey Sadler, Gillian Gookey, Karen Chappell

    Prescribing Technician

  • Sameena Mir

    Total 2.6 WTE

Wider team
Wider team

  • Shared team across the five Nottinghamshire county CCG’s:

    Area Prescribing Committee / Interface team

    • Nicky Bird, Amanda Rawlings, James Sutton

      Clinical Governance and Care Homes Lead

    • Coral Osborn

      Data Analysts

    • Tim Oxley and Chris Day

Our priorities2
Our priorities

  • Promote evidence based cost effective prescribing by optimising the use of medicines in primary care and across the interface with secondary care.

  • Improve health outcomes for Rushcliffe patients through medicines optimisation.

  • Advise on the effective use of medicines across the whole patient pathway.

Quality innovation productivity prevention qipp strategy 2014 2015

Quality, Innovation, Productivity & Prevention (QIPP) Strategy2014-2015

£15million prescribing budget

£376k savings to be made on primary care prescribing budget


  • Reduction in C. Difficile infections through stewardship of antimicrobial prescribing.

  • Reducing harm associated with medicines

  • Using risk stratification and minimising errors where medicines may lead to unplanned admissions.


  • Procurement of medicines

  • IT systems

  • Service and Pathway improvement


  • Prescribing cost efficiencies

    • Respiratory (COPD/Asthma)

    • Traffic light drugs – Red drugs

    • Specials

    • Cost effective preparations

    • Waste management


  • Optimise treatment to prevent long term burden of disease and cost pressures

    • COPD and Asthma

    • Diabetes

    • Cardiovascular disease

    • Frail and elderly

    • Care homes

How can community pharmacy help
How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • National and Local guidelines and formulary



  • Ensure patients only receive medicines they require

  • Targeted MURs e.g Asthma/COPD

  • Out of stock medicines

  • Specials/unlicensed products

How can community pharmacy help1
How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • Responding to the National Review of Asthma Deaths

  • 39% of patients who died during the monitoring period had >12 SABA reliever inhalers issued in the year prior to their deaths.

  • 4% of patients had more than 50 inhalers issued in the year prior to their deaths.

How can community pharmacy help2
How can Community Pharmacy Help?

  • Cost effective preparations

    • Dose optimisation

    • Tablets and capsules

    • Oral contraceptives

    • Branded generics

  • Waste Management

    • Overordering

Practices and pharmacists
Practices and Pharmacists

  • Karen Chappell

    • East Leake

    • Musters

    • Castle practice (new merged practice)

  • Stacey Sadler

    • Belvoir Practice

    • St Georges

    • West bridgford

    • Gamston

    • Orchard, Kegworth

    • Castle practice

Practices and pharmacists1
Practices and Pharmacists

  • Gillian Gookey

    • Radcliffe-on-Trent

    • Ruddington medical centre

    • East bridgford

    • Castle practice

  • Sameena Mir

    • Works across all

  • NaynaZuzarte

    • Keyworth