Planned Care : Getting a Grip. How can we deliver the same quality of care while making savings?. CHANGES IN THE NHS. To see a video produced by The Kings Fund which was watched in the workshop, please click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CSp6HsQVtw . AGENDA.
How can we deliver the same quality of care while making savings?
To see a video produced by The Kings Fund which was watched in the workshop, please click on this link:
…We are dealing with £15 to £20bn (in reduced costs), you don’t save that by not providing biscuits at a board meeting
Royal College of Nurses
Nursing Times 2009
Planned care covers all services provided for adults, 18 years or over, which are planned (scheduled), including all primary care, community and hospital services.
This does not include emergency (unscheduled) care.
Accounts for 59% of all spending
0.37% of NHSE budget
This is our key cost driver
Non-acute spend is broadly flat
Note: Based on M11 Contract Performance
In 2013/14, we find ourselves with a gap of 7% between spending and our funding. We are in the process of understanding the change.
In 2012/13, the financial picture shifted into a less favourable position
In 2011/2012, our expenditure met our funding allocation
NORTH SOMERSET NEEDS BIG IDEAS AND BIG CHANGE
Reduction in number of inappropriate referrals
Greater skill and confidence in primary care
Improve speed of access to specialist treatments
Reduced variation in standards of care
Trauma & Orthopaedics spend accounts for around £18m ( 20% ) of hospital spend on outpatients/admissions
There has been a sharp increase in more complex high cost procedures locally which is not mirrored nationally
1. North Somerset is embarking on an ambitious programme to reduce unnecessary acute activity by introducing greater efficiencies in clinical pathways, improving the quality of referrals and engaging active patient citizenship.
2. Planned Care Programme Board
3. You are here!