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Gill CooperChair, Black Country Cluster of             PCTs
The NHS is changing – more now thanever before.Priorities for the Cluster in this vital year...   •High quality, safe, eff...
Quality and Safety – still top of ouragenda•Reducing healthcare acquired infections•Reducing avoidable deaths•Reducing pre...
Quality and Safety – still top of ouragenda•Financial Security•Need for major service redesign to meetchanging and growing...
Managing the Transformation•CCG development•Commissioning Support Service (CSS)•Transfer of Public Health to local authori...
The Future?•This change is already happening•More challenges to come for your NHS•We are committed to ‘No Decision About M...
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Gill Cooper - View from Black Country Primary Care Trust Cluster

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

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  1. 1. Gill CooperChair, Black Country Cluster of PCTs
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 7. Thank You
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