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June Pathfinder Learning Network event breakout session: delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention
 

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    June Pathfinder Learning Network event breakout session: delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention June Pathfinder Learning Network event breakout session: delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention Presentation Transcript

    • Delivering quality, innovation, productivity and prevention: enabling emerging consortia to play their part Breakout session from Pathfinder Listening & Learning Network event – 24 May 2011
    • Overview Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention : enabling emerging consortia to play their part The session focused on the challenge of how the NHS can generate up to £20 billion of recurrent efficiency savings by April 2015 in the context of a tighter budget settlement, demographic and technological pressures and the need to continue to drive up quality. Primary care led commissioning presents an opportunity to meet this challenge - especially given primary care experience in long term conditions and shifting care from acute to community settings. Supporting consortia to take on and drive this challenge will be crucial.
    • Key discussion points
      • The NHS could be significantly better at identifying best practice and spreading innovation. Doing this effectively would make a significant contribution to the Quality and Productivity challenge the NHS faces
      • Clinicians need to understand resource implications of their medical decisions
      • A mature discussion is required about the benefits and risks of some treatments with individual patients.
      • QIPP will see the business models for hospitals changing – focusing more on outcomes and not volumes of activity
      Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention : enabling emerging consortia to play their part
    • Key discussion points (2)
      • Public need to understand the relationship between a fixed NHS budget and how they consume NHS services. Commissioners will need to use relatively sophisticated communications tools and techniques to spread this message
      • The public, rightly, have high expectations from their health service and the response to the quality and productivity challenge the NHS faces can not just be to ask them to accept a lower standard of care
      • The QIPP call is about doing more with less rather than reducing referrals/cutting services
      • As the transition continues, functions, responsibilities and budgets will gradually be handed over to GP commissioners. It is important that they have had enough engagement and input into QIPP proposals currently being put together so they feel able to effectively implement them
      Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention : enabling emerging consortia to play their part
    • Next steps - locally
      • Journey needs to continue - people need to understand resource implications of their decisions and realise that changes to serviced provision is essential
      • Consortia are central to ensuring the NHS meets the quality and productivity challenge it faces and should be highly involved in the local development and implementation of QIPP
      • Next steps – nationally
      • Politicians need to be kept well sighted on the real challenges that driving up quality and productivity simultaneously will create
      • Continue working to ensure that national decisions and policies are coherent and support the NHS to deliver improved quality and productivity (e.g. development to tariff). Engaging in straightforward dialogue - with honesty about the challenge ahead
      Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Delivering quality innovation, productivity and prevention : enabling emerging consortia to play their part