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LAMPS. Avoiding the Icebergs 5 th July 2013 Paul Hitchcock Director Allied Health Professions Federation. Difficult times…?. The financial challenge is with us for the foreseeable future Population demographics are changing

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LAMPS

Avoiding the Icebergs

5th July 2013

Paul Hitchcock

Director

Allied Health Professions Federation

difficult times
Difficult times…?
  • The financial challenge is with us for the foreseeable future
  • Population demographics are changing
  • Long term conditions alone consume 70% of the total health and social care spend in England
    • Currently using 72% of inpatient beds
    • Taking up 68% of out patient appointments
    • 55% of GP appointments
  • Public expectations are changing
a recognition the system is failing
A recognition the system is failing…
  • The Francis Report into Mid Staffs
  • Health inequalities
  • Social determinants of health (Marmot)
  • A workforce under stress (Boorman)
oh and by the way
Oh and by the way…
  • Major structural reorganisation
to survive and thrive
To survive and thrive
  • Need for service redesign
  • Deliver at increased scale
  • With enhanced quality
  • Need for a paradigm shift
  • Wellness not illness
  • Patients take responsibility for their own health
  • Patients control the wellness process
  • Transformational change not simple transactional change
transformational change
Transformational change
  • People drivers
    • How people work
    • Skill mix
    • Workforce considerations
  • Financial drivers
    • How outcomes are commissioned
  • Technology and process drivers
ahps leading transformational change
AHPs leading transformational change

Engage with

  • Patients
  • Your commissioners
  • Your politicians

Be professional

And do it now…

p aul hitchcock@ahpf org uk www ahpf org uk
[email protected]

www.ahpf.org.uk

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