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QUALITY HEALTH AND
CARE WITH SCOTLAND’S
THIRD SECTOR
Route Map to
the 2020 Vision
NHSScotland Event - June 2013
Third Sector opportunities and
solutions…
Triple Aim QualityAmbitions 12 PriorityAreas for Improvement
PersonCentered PersonCentered Care
Safe Safe Care
PrimaryCare...
Quality Strategy
• Launched in May 2010
• The basis for staff and stakeholders to
work together with the public towards
th...
2020 Vision (1)
By 2020 everyone is able to live longer
healthier lives at home, or in a homely
setting and:
•Integrated h...
2020 Vision (2)
• Whatever the setting, provide care to the
highest standards of quality and safety,
with the person at th...
Why?
• Proportion of over-75s up >25% by 2023
• Could raise spend alone by >70% by 2033
• Health inequalities
• Shift to l...
Third Sector opportunities and
solutions…
Key Features of 2020 Route Map
• Public service reform
• Improving quality at scale
• Cross-sector opportunities for trans...
Triple Aim QualityAmbitions 12 PriorityAreas for Improvement
PersonCentered PersonCentered Care
Safe Safe Care
PrimaryCare...
Some early tools for leverage:
• Engagement Matrix
• Discovering the Third Sector – web
resource
• Community Benefit Claus...
Third Sector opportunities and
solutions…
Contact details
Mark O'Donnell
Deputy Director Quality Unit
Head of Planning and Quality Division
Health & Social Care Dir...
Kim Wallace, Senscot &
Ready for Business
Community Benefit Clauses
(CBCs)
• Community Benefit Clauses are contractual
clauses which can be used to build a range of...
Colin Campbell, Executive
Director,
Assist Social Capital
Case Study
Engaging Community Assets
Parallel Session: Achieving the 2020 Vision with the Help of the Third Sector
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Our third sector partners have a crucial role to play in NHSScotland. Their specialist expertise, their ability to engage with vulnerable groups and their flexible and innovative approaches are all at the forefront in their drive to deliver high-quality health and social care that supports people not just to stay well, but to enjoy independent living and active citizenship. In this session, delegates were introduced to some new third sector tools such as the ‘Engagement Matrix’ and a new third sector resource, using Community Benefit Clauses. Mo Girach from the NHS Alliance Social Enterprise Network also shared his views on the vital role of the third sector in health and social care.

See more on the 2013 NHSScotland Event website http://www.nhsscotlandevent.com/resources/resources2013/resources

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Parallel Session: Achieving the 2020 Vision with the Help of the Third Sector

  1. 1. http://prezi.com/7lec9khwbht3/
  2. 2. QUALITY HEALTH AND CARE WITH SCOTLAND’S THIRD SECTOR Route Map to the 2020 Vision NHSScotland Event - June 2013
  3. 3. Third Sector opportunities and solutions…
  4. 4. Triple Aim QualityAmbitions 12 PriorityAreas for Improvement PersonCentered PersonCentered Care Safe Safe Care PrimaryCare Unscheduled and EmergencyCare Integrated Care Care for Multiple and Chronic Illnesses EarlyYears HealthInequalities Prevention Workforce Innovation Efficiencyand Productivity Effective ROUTE MAP TO THE 2020 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE VISION FOR SCOTLAND Healthofthe Population Value and Sustainability QualityofCare
  5. 5. Quality Strategy • Launched in May 2010 • The basis for staff and stakeholders to work together with the public towards three Quality Ambitions • The vision is world-leading safe, effective and person-centred health and care
  6. 6. 2020 Vision (1) By 2020 everyone is able to live longer healthier lives at home, or in a homely setting and: •Integrated health and social care •Focus on prevention and supported self- management •Day case treatment as norm, wherever hospital treatment is needed and cannot be provided in a community setting
  7. 7. 2020 Vision (2) • Whatever the setting, provide care to the highest standards of quality and safety, with the person at the centre of decisions • A focus on ensuring a return home or to community setting as soon as appropriate, with minimal risk of re-admission
  8. 8. Why? • Proportion of over-75s up >25% by 2023 • Could raise spend alone by >70% by 2033 • Health inequalities • Shift to long-term / multiple conditions • Major rise in dementia cases predicted
  9. 9. Third Sector opportunities and solutions…
  10. 10. Key Features of 2020 Route Map • Public service reform • Improving quality at scale • Cross-sector opportunities for transformational innovation and growth • Targeted, accelerated improvement • Shifting the balance of power to individuals / communities • Community Planning Partnerships • Strategy for engaging and empowering our workforce • Responds to many of the issues in the Francis Inquiry
  11. 11. Triple Aim QualityAmbitions 12 PriorityAreas for Improvement PersonCentered PersonCentered Care Safe Safe Care PrimaryCare Unscheduled and EmergencyCare Integrated Care Care for Multiple and Chronic Illnesses EarlyYears HealthInequalities Prevention Workforce Innovation Efficiencyand Productivity Effective ROUTE MAP TO THE 2020 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE VISION FOR SCOTLAND Healthofthe Population Value and Sustainability QualityofCare
  12. 12. Some early tools for leverage: • Engagement Matrix • Discovering the Third Sector – web resource • Community Benefit Clauses - procurement
  13. 13. Third Sector opportunities and solutions…
  14. 14. Contact details Mark O'Donnell Deputy Director Quality Unit Head of Planning and Quality Division Health & Social Care Directorates Scottish Government GR06, St Andrews House, Edinburgh T 0131 244 3244 M 07584 262 592 E mark.o'donnell@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
  15. 15. Kim Wallace, Senscot & Ready for Business
  16. 16. Community Benefit Clauses (CBCs) • Community Benefit Clauses are contractual clauses which can be used to build a range of economic, social or environmental conditions into the delivery of public contracts. • Case Study: NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde – New South Glasgow Hospitals • Ready for business can provide practical support with the development and implementation of CBCs. • Visit the Ready for Business Stand
  17. 17. Colin Campbell, Executive Director, Assist Social Capital
  18. 18. Case Study Engaging Community Assets

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