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Gill Cooper's slides from "SWB Connect" event held in West Bromwich, 28th June 2012.

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Gill Cooper - View from Black Country Primary Care Trust Cluster Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Gill CooperChair, Black Country Cluster of PCTs
  • 2. The NHS is changing – more now thanever before.Priorities for the Cluster in this vital year... •High quality, safe, efficient health services for local people •Managing the transformation of your NHS
  • 3. Quality and Safety – still top of ouragenda•Reducing healthcare acquired infections•Reducing avoidable deaths•Reducing pressure ulcers•Eliminating ‘never events’•Improving the patient experience
  • 4. Quality and Safety – still top of ouragenda•Financial Security•Need for major service redesign to meetchanging and growing needs of local patients•Black Country System Plan
  • 5. Managing the Transformation•CCG development•Commissioning Support Service (CSS)•Transfer of Public Health to local authorities•Development of Health and Wellbeing Boards•Local structures for National Commissioning Board.•Helping local providers to become Foundation Trusts
  • 6. The Future?•This change is already happening•More challenges to come for your NHS•We are committed to ‘No Decision About Me,Without Me’•New opportunities for patients and the public to getinvolved and have a voice•We want you to come with us on this journey
  • 7. Thank You