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NCL Service & Organisation Review Presentation to board members 14 th /15 th October 2009. Agenda. Project update and option appraisal process Clinical model Criteria Public and patient involvement Organisational form. Commissioner spend basecase. Funding forecast basecase.

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NCL Service & Organisation Review

Presentation to board members

14th/15th October 2009

agenda
Agenda
  • Project update and option appraisal process
  • Clinical model
  • Criteria
  • Public and patient involvement
  • Organisational form
local ncl data has been used to refresh the modelling and confirm the funding gap
Commissioner spend basecase

Funding forecast basecase

Funding best & worst case

Local NCL data has been used to refresh the modelling and confirm the funding gap

£ billion

Total spend 2016/17

The funding gap

£0.5bn

Base case 2009/10

the current option appraisal timeline for major acute reconfiguration is challenging
The current option appraisal timeline for major acute reconfiguration is challenging

October

November

December

12 / 10

26 / 10

2 / 11

9 / 11

16 / 11

5 / 10

19 / 10

23 / 11

30 / 11

CAG

CAG

CAG

CAG

CAG

Criteria developed for moving from long to short list and

Validation of clinical model

Long list narrowed to short list

Further validation of modelling assumptions

Modelling short listed options

5 weeks notice for appraisal events

Development of criteria for appraising short list and appraisal planning

Planning for public events

Stakeholder events to discuss criteria

18 / 12

Submission of ISP

Option appraisal against shortlisted options

Outcomes of appraisal used to develop final report

Rolling communications plan and stakeholder engagement

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Recommendations for the clinical model for NCL have been developed by clinical working groups and sent to NHS London

Recommendations made to NHS London on 30th September

  • NCL needs a maximum of 3 major acute hospitals, given the population size of NCL (including adjustments for patients flowing in and out of the sector), recommendations from HfL, and the Royal Colleges
  • Duplication of specialist services should be eliminated through consolidation of these services to one of the designated major acute sites
  • There should be a maximum of two local hospitals; however, the clinical model for local hospitals in the sector is still to be completely defined
  • The main outstanding clinical decision is whether emergency medical and surgical takes should be separated which will determine the exact nature of the local hospital model for NCL
  • However, concerns were raised at the Clinical Advisory Group, Steering Group and CEO/MD workshop that the proposed solution of three Major Acutes and two full Local Hospitals is not radical enough, given the size of the affordability challenge
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The appraisal process includes detailed modelling of a short list of options to support the identification of a single preferred option

Barnet

This process will involve a number of modelling iterations to adapt the scenarios as appropriate

Chase Farm

Detailed financial modelling and non-financial evidence collation

Option Appraisal

NMUH

Agree clinical model and long list of options

Short list

Preferred

Option

Royal Free

UCLH

“Hurdle” criteria applied

  • Modelling of short listed options
  • Scenarios will be built from the bottom-up to maximise accuracy
  • Each scenario requires manual mapping of services and potential shifts
  • This will allow for local circumstances to be captured within each scenario

Whittington

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The recommendation is three major acutes for the sector with a consolidation of specialist services onto a subset of these sites

Local hospitals

Poly

systems

Major Acute Hospital

Specialist services

Major Acute Hospital

Specialist services

Major Acute Hospital

  • 3 Major acute hospitals providing acute services for the sector
  • Consolidated specialist services provided from a subset of the major acutes, providing networked services to the other major acutes and local hospitals within the sector
  • Local hospitals and polysystems providing a large proportion of the current DGH activity, fulfilling the requirement to “localise where possible” and allowing major acutes to focus on core services
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‘Hurdle’ criteria will be used to apply this model to existing sites and create a condensed options list
  • Initial criteria for option evaluation have been identified by both the Clinical Advisory Group and the Directors of Public Health
  • The planned combined Steering Group and Clinical Advisory event for agreeing options will use a brief set of ‘hurdle’ criteria in order to rapidly reduce the long list to a condensed list for more detailed modelling. This process will be based on the proposed model of care
  • Key hurdle criteria will include:
    • Clinically robust – endorsed by sector clinical groups and reflecting Healthcare for London recommendations
    • Public acceptability – particularly with regard to geographic accessibility and travel times
    • Physical capacity – will it fit
  • These criteria will be applied pragmatically using a combination of common sense and available metrics
  • A more extensive set of criteria for use in the short list option appraisal stage are being further developed during October and will include input from the public and patient involvement events
  • These criteria will be applied during the option appraisal stage in late November
patient and public involvement is a key part of this process and events are planned for november
Patient and public involvement is a key part of this process and events are planned for November
  • Meetings have been held with three of the five Local Involvement Networks from across the sector
  • A more substantial public engagement process is scheduled for November to outline the process being undertaken and discuss the criteria
  • Meetings are scheduled with three external providers this week to discuss support for the public engagement process
organisational form is the next issue which will be explored
Organisational form is the next issue which will be explored
  • Having focused on the service model in the first instance, the sector will now explore options for organisational form
  • Vertical integration is increasingly being viewed as a favoured option in a number of forums, having been discussed at the CEO/MD workshop, with London AHSCs viewing this as a vehicle for increased population health benefits as well as efficiency
  • A working group is being established to review strengths and weaknesses, from both provider and commissioner perspectives, of different organisational form options including vertical integration
  • JCPCT will review the evidence developed relating to the different options
  • This review will precede and inform further work around the future of specific NCL organisations
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