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PbR Quality and Outcome Measures- Current Position 15th November 2013 Steve Byng- PbR Implementation Lead DWMH Trust- Facilitator of Regional Quality and Outcome Group Mike Jones- Project Manager, South Staffordshire and Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust
‘Quality and Outcome measures are particularly important for mental health, because of the longer term nature of an individuals interaction with providers and the need to understand whether people are getting good quality care, are recovering, and for commissioners to be able to compare one provider with another’- Monitor Oct 13
4 Factor Model (Speak et al 2013) • Based on the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HoNOS 12 Questions)
4 Factor Model (Speak et al 2013) Care Clusters & Weighted Domains
Acute Care Plan • Multi Disciplinary • Focus • Severe Disturbance • Emotional Well-being • Home Treatment or Inpatient Care Plan • Diagnose • Treat acute symptoms • Manage and reduce risk/behaviours • Liaise with & support family/carers Expected Outcomes with Clinical Significance • Reduction/management of symptoms • Medication compliance • Reduction in risk/behaviours