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5 Year Health and Care Strategy for LLR. £nil . £12bn . £28bn . Leicestershire demographic changes. Leicester City – population growth. NHS local financial challenge 2017/18. NHS providers - £190 million West Leicestershire CCG - £51 million

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5 year health and care strategy for llr

5 Year Health and Care Strategy for LLR


5 year health and care strategy for llr

£nil

£12bn

£28bn




Nhs local financial challenge 2017 18

NHS local financial challenge 2017/18

NHS providers - £190 million

West Leicestershire CCG - £51 million

East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG - £46 million

Leicester City CCG - £41 million

Source: McKinsey (adjusted for transfers from CCG baseline into Better Care Fund)


5 year health and care strategy for llr

£9bn

£7bn


Social care local financial challenge 2017 18

Social care local financial challenge 2017/18

Leicestershire County Council £51m

Leicester City Council £16.5m

Rutland County Council £2m


Framing everything we do enablers
Framing everything we do - enablers

  • Empowering people

  • Expanding the role and scale of general practice

  • Developing a more flexible and integrated workforce

  • Making the best use of our estates

  • Having an IT/digital platform that makes it easy for information to be shared across the appropriate health and social care organisations

  • Adopting evidence-based best practice, using research opportunities to find out what works best and ensuring that there is a learning culture in organisations which makes staff want to work there

  • Single, common and shared approach to finance activity and capacity planning