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Developing Health and Health Care: A Strategy for Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin. Development Workshop 1 st February 2008. What are we trying to do?. Develop a Local Strategy which: brings together national, regional and local policies and strategies

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developing health and health care a strategy for shropshire telford and wrekin

Developing Health and Health Care: A Strategy for Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin

Development Workshop

1st February 2008

what are we trying to do
What are we trying to do?
  • Develop a Local Strategy which:
    • brings together national, regional and local policies and strategies
    • provides a framework for local organisations delivering care to work within
  • The Strategy will be developed through engagement with local people and staff
background and policy context
Background and Policy Context
  • The Darzi Review
  • Investing for Health 2007 - 2012
  • Recent Plans in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin
    • Strategic Service Plan, 2006
    • Service Changes in Primary Care, Community Services and Older People Mental Health
    • Vision for Health Improvement and Healthcare in Shropshire 2008 – 2018
    • Telford and Wrekin Health Commissioning Plan 2008-2013
national policy drivers
National Policy Drivers
  • Staying healthy and avoiding preventable disease
  • Variations in quality
  • Variations in access
  • Variations in outcomes
  • Localise where possible, centralise where necessary
principles for local strategy
Principles for Local Strategy
  • Making Sense Clinically
    • Health, Well Being and Equity
    • Quality, Safety And Effectiveness
    • Supporting and Developing the Workforce
  • Making Sense to the Communities We Serve
    • Involving People in Making Decisions about their future Health Services
    • Affordable, Sustainable, Fit for Purpose
    • Personalised Services and Access to Care, Closer to Home
determining strategic issues
Determining Strategic Issues

Darzi

I4H

PCT Strategy

Trust Strategy

Patient Experience

Service Issues and Concerns

Strategic Change

Service reconfiguration

Clinical or financial viability

Change in PCT priorities

Major capital investment

Major workforce change

Politically sensitive

Commissioning Issue

Provider Management

Annual Planning, Performance Management and LDP Processes

pathway development groups
Pathway Development Groups

Other Strategies: Urology (agreed by PCTs), Others??

membership of pdgs
Membership of PDGs
  • clinical lead
  • clinical input from primary/secondary care
  • management support e.g. commissioning lead
  • key partners e.g. social services
  • patients
  • voluntary sector
clinical leads
Clinical Leads

Other Strategies: Urology (agreed by PCTs), Others??

engagement plan
Engagement Plan
  • Phase 1(December/January)
    • staff summit
    • brief stakeholders
    • briefing bulletin
    • agree membership of PDGs
  • Phase 2 (January/February)
    • PDGs develop engagement plans
    • stakeholder workshop
    • detail engagement plan to end April
    • establish shared governance arrangements
  • Phase 3: Development of the Strategy (February-April)

Formal consultation will still be required if there are changes in service configuration or other major changes.

shared governance arrangements
Shared Governance Arrangements
  • Governance of the process not the strategy
  • Membership of CLF – senior officer from each council
  • Briefing to stakeholders e.g. joint HOSC
  • Governance Group to sit alongside the process
today is about getting real engagement and a shared understanding about
Today is about getting real engagement and a shared understanding about:
  • What do we mean by a strategy
  • How the strategy will be developed
  • How the PDGs will work
  • What the key issues are
  • How you can best be involved in developing the strategy