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Commissioning the space for recovery 29 April 2014 University of Chester Chris Lee Public Health Specialist Lancashire County Council. Lancashire Commissioning Creating the space for recovery LUF and RRR Challenges. Presentation overview. Back to basics.

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Commissioning the space for recovery 29 april 2014 university of chester

Commissioning the space for recovery

29 April 2014

University of Chester

Chris LeePublic Health Specialist

Lancashire County Council


Presentation overview

Lancashire

Commissioning

Creating the space for recovery

LUF and RRR

Challenges

Presentation overview


Back to basics
Back to basics

  • A commissioner can be lots of things:

    • a change agent, a catalyst, a leader, a broker, a pivot, a linchpin, an enabler, an architect, a politician, a fixer

    • Or: a nuisance, a martinet, a petty bureaucrat, a frustrated service provider, a pushover, an ATM

  • Commissioners are few in number and dedicated substance misuse commissioners are increasingly rare.

  • Commissioning is directing resources wisely and generating a culture of improvement and change.

  • Commissioning is a great responsibility, full of potential and possibilities. Poor commissioning wastes resources and creates disharmony


Here and now
Here and now

  • Increased competition for resources

  • Commissioners must be pro-active around system change

  • Substance misuse sector must evolve or will start to wither

  • Integration, not disintegration. Systems not lots

  • Providers must develop products and solutions

  • Engage and mobilise the recovery community

  • Must focus on outcomes

  • The need for flexibility.


Lancashire case study
Lancashire case study

In Lancashire


Creating the space for recovery

Creating the space for recovery

Creating the space for recovery


Challenges
Challenges

  • Resources

  • Re-distribution of resources

  • My way…..

  • Public Health

  • Local authority based commissioning