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    Dame Jo Williams Dame Jo Williams Presentation Transcript

    • Integrating health and social care: mission impossible?
      • Dame Jo Williams
      • Chair, Care Quality Commission
    • Breaking down the barriers Can it be done?
      • YES….But
      • Government aim to drive transformation
      • and integration
      • Everyone’s public duty to pull together
      • Shared, agreed vision for the locality
      • Requires strong local leadership and real champions
    • CQC’s contribution (i)
        • Oversight of health, mental health and adult social care
        • Focus on quality and safety
        • We see, speak, listen and act eg. dignity and nutrition inspections
        • Intelligent data analysis and risk assessment
    • CQC’s contribution (ii)
        • Involve people who use services; actively seek people’s voices
        • User Groups & Regulated bodies
        • Provide information to inform and support choice
    • CQC’s contribution (iii)
      • Specifically Outcome 6: Cooperating with other providers
      • When care & treatment of service users is shared with, or transferred to, others we will expect to see evidence of –
      • appropriate care planning through the cooperation of those relevant
      • appropriate information sharing, particularly around admission,
      • discharge and transfer, and coordination of emergency procedures
      • supporting individuals to access the right health & social care support to meet their needs
    • Our strategic objectives
      • Focus on quality and acting swiftly to eliminate poor quality care
      • Ensuring that care is centred on people’s needs and protects their rights
      • Acting Together –
      • LINKs (Health Watch)
      • Experts by Experience programme
      • Speak Out Network
      • SOFI 2
    • New opportunities from system reform
      • Health and wellbeing boards
      • Healthwatch and user “voice”
      • New commissioning arrangements
      • Reform – Commission on the Funding of Care and Support
    • Care Quality Commission
      • CQC website: http://www.cqc.org.uk/ National Contact Centre: Telephone: 03000 616161 Fax: 03000 616171 CQC National Correspondence Citygate Gallowgate Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4PA