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Liam Hughes, Oldham Health & Wellbeing Board

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    • Warm Homes for Health: Health and Wellbeing Boards Liam Hughes Independent Chair of Oldham`s Health and Wellbeing Board
    • Who and when? “We recommend policies which aim to improve the quality of housing. Specifically, we recommend policies to improve insulation and heating systems in new and existing buildings in order to reduce further the prevalence of fuel poverty.”
    • Warm Homes for Health • The new landscape for Health and Wellbeing • Oldham and Greater Manchester • Health and Wellbeing Boards – what rings our bells!
    • The New Landscape: Health and Wellbeing Boards and their Partners
    • Health and Wellbeing Boards • Local strategic leadership for the whole health and wellbeing system • Strategic, executive and inclusive – fleet of foot and well connected! • Knowing the local story – the JSNA • Co-producing the strategy and connecting communities, commissioners and providers • Upstream perspective and long-term sustainability • Rapid service integration, urgent and long- term care
    • Health and Wellbeing Boards - “Systems Leadership and Mobilisation!” People and Health Places Inequalities Better Outcomes HWB: -JSNA -HWSService Integration Health and Wellbeing Productivity Efficiency
    • Health and Wellbeing Boards: what rings our bell? Connecting health conditions, lifestyles and the wider determinants: - a life-course approach Dealing with big-ticket items: - long term conditions and urgent care - emotional wellbeing and mental health -seasonal deaths -respiratory disease
    • What rings our bell? • Lightening the Load for: - patients and carers - GPs, community health and social care services - accident and emergency/ other hospital services - social landlords - the public purse
    • A Convincing Argument! • Joined-up thinking! • Wellbeing and health • Pace and scale • Invest-to-save • Mobilising other players • Segmentation of messages
    • The Oldham Context • The Borough`s social , environmental and economic geography: - part of Greater Manchester - diverse geography - economic, social and environmental pressures • Key challenges: - poor health and wellbeing - poverty and employment - housing conditions - food and fuel
    • The Oldham Vision • A “One Council” approach to tackling the challenges • Working with local people to support resilient and co-operative communities (6 districts) • Strong partnerships and alliances for jobs, education, housing, crime reduction and health • Joint efforts across Greater Manchester (AGMA, CCGs and Greater Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board)
    • Greater Manchester and Oldham: Collective Energy Scheme • Oldham`s Affordable Warmth Strategy • Council is lead for the GM Energy Management Project • Oldham`s Pilot Auction November 2012 • AGMA-wide January 2012 • Over 35k residents registered • Average saving of £122pa
    • Oldham`s Community Budget Pilot Scheme • Joint Investment Agreement - £200K (Oldham`s CCG, Council and Housing Investment Partnership) • Key features: - physical upgrading, income maximization, investment fund, priority mapping of “top 5k homes” - behaviour change (Sheffield Hallam`s evaluation: Dr Will Eadson at BSA : http://bit.ly/17AEs2p )
    • Remember! “We recommend policies which aim to improve the quality of housing. Specifically, we recommend policies to improve insulation and heating systems in new and existing buildings in order to reduce further the prevalence of fuel povery.” Sir Donald Acheson (1998)
    • Contact details Liam Hughes: Independent Chair of Oldham`s HWBB LGA Associate Networkidea (Social Enterprise) LiamHughes2900@hotmail.co.uk www.networkidea.co.uk