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  • Improve patient experience and quality of care Improve health for population Balance between local and strategic decisions Build on our partnerships at all levels from patients to Local Authorities
  • Improve patient experience and quality of care Improve health for population Balance between local and strategic decisions Build on our partnerships at all levels from patients to Local Authorities
  • Line on map The borough of Sandwell spans a densely populated part of both the Black Country , and the West Midlands conurbation , encompassing the urban towns of Blackheath , Cradley Heath , Oldbury , Rowley Regis , Smethwick , Tipton , Tividale , Wednesbury , and West Bromwich . Ladywood -Aston, Nechells,Lozells, Handsworth Soho
  • Transformation of primary care Delivery change in GP practice Areas of excellence e.g. ICOF Patient experience – to roll out across CCG; end of life care HealthWorks now roll out as main programme after piloting Partnership – 50% changes in QOF scores – increasing service delivery locally
  • 4 - Partnerships are a crucial way we will improve delivery
  • White paper 5 pathfinder groups Allowing local identity and GP ownership
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    • 1. Strengthening the patient voiceWest Bromwich Albion5 July 2012 1
    • 2. Sandwell and West Birmingham CCGHealthcare Without BoundariesOur journey so far…Dr Nick HardingMBChBBSc FRCGP MFLM DRCOG DOccMedPGDip(Cardiology)5 July 2012 2
    • 3. Overview NHS Changes An introduction to Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group Progress towards authorisation so far The wider context for delivery 3
    • 4. Health and Social Care Act 2012• Clinical Commissioning Groups to take over responsibility of commissioning health services for local populations – abolition of PCTs and Strategic Health Authorities by 2013• Creation of NHS Commissioning Board *(*primary care contracts)• Establishment of HealthWatch and local Health and Wellbeing Boards to increase accountability for patients and the public• Creation of Public Health England to improve the health of the population and public health transfer to local authority• Commissioning Support Services 4
    • 5. After April Before Now 2013Department Department of Department of Department of of Health Health Health Health Strategic 10 SHAs 4 SHA Clusters NHS Health West Midlands (Midlands & Commissioning Authorities East) Board (SHA) 151 PCTs 50 PCT Clusters 27? LocalLocal Health e.g. Sandwell. e.g. Birmingham offices for NHS Economy Heart of &Solihull, Black Commissioning Birmingham Country Board Local 230 CCGs 200? CCGs(tbc) 5
    • 6. How things are changingFrom 2013 new organisations will take on PCT responsibilities Individual PCTs Transition to Cluster Flip Future Public Health Heart of Birmingham Teaching PCT Commissioning Support Service Clinical Commissioning Groups Local Office (NHS Commissioning Board) Sandwell PCT NHS Property Co. Up to 2010 2011 April 2012 2012 and beyond 6
    • 7. A phased approachFrom 1st April 2012, as part of a phased approach for transition, after arigorous Board to Board Challenge pre-authorisation process, NHSPCT Clusters started delegating some responsibility to CCGs such as:Commissioning and monitoring of servicesDelivery of improvements and savings (QIPP)Improving quality and safetyAchieving financial balanceHitting Key Performance MeasuresCommunications and engagement ..To help achieve a seamless transition for patient care 7
    • 8. An Introduction to CCG►We are passionate about improving thehealthcare for the people of Sandwelland West Birmingham.►Our vision is for transforming servicesto ensure excellence for everyone andin everything we do.►Our aspiration is to create a new kind oforganisation really rooted in its membership,relationships and local knowledge.►We will be using local and clinical knowledgefor change and improvement in health for our patients. 8
    • 9. Our health priorities 9
    • 10. CCG area 10
    • 11. Our health needs• SWBH commissioning area is around 530,000• West Birmingham ranked 10th most deprived Local Authority in England with 68% BME population• Sandwell ranked 12th most deprived Local Authority in England with approx 20% BME population• Health challenges against rising costs and demands for healthcare• Absolute commitment to improving quality of care 11
    • 12. Who we areBuilding on long standing foundation of partnership working throughRight Care Right Here between Sandwell and West BirminghamNHS and local authorities. “Serve a unique population - diversity unifies us”. Bridging the health gap Unsafe Journey © Amy Helene Johansson 12 12
    • 13. The journey so far 2002 PCT arrives 2003 Right Care Right Here partnership forms 2007 Practice Based Commissioning 2008 Primary Care Collaborative Clinical Commissioning Directors appointed 2009 Partnerships form: Vitality Partnership, ICOF 10 Strategic Models of Care and clinical strategies agreed 2010 GP Consortia HealthWorks, ICOF, Black Country Alliance and Pioneers for Health 22 Care Pathway Reviews agreed across health economy 2011 Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group September - agree vision values with clinical leaders 2012 Interim Board is formed with five LCGs 13
    • 14. Our roleBy April 2012 - shadow form as a CCG in readiness for 2013.We want to: 1. Be clear on the health needs of our population and how we are going to improve their health 2. Get the balance right between local and strategic decisions 3. Show real clinical leadership and development across the health economy 4. Do this new role in the most effective way we can 5. Create a Clinical Commissioning Group that leads by example 6. Be effective in communications within our organisations and the people we serve 7. Be ready to lead and manage the NHS as a system by April 2013. 14
    • 15. Our Clinical Commissioning Group Local Commissioning Groups Chair Practices Population Black Country Dr George Solomon 20 112,228 HealthWorks Dr Nick Harding 22 132,985 ICOF Dr Samar Mukherjee 27 106,953 Pioneers for Health Dr Vijay Bathla 10 46,151 Sandwell Health Alliance Dr Basil Andreou 31 127,519 Clinical Commissioning Group Chair Practices Population Dr Nick Harding Sandwell and West Birmingham 110 525,836 (Interim Chair) 15
    • 16. Black CountryPractices – 20Population – 112, 228 16
    • 17. HealthWorksPractices – 22Population – 132,985 17
    • 18. ICOFPractices – 27Population – 106,593 18
    • 19. Pioneers for HealthPractices – 10Population – 106,593 19
    • 20. Sandwell Health AlliancePractices – 31Population – 127,519 20
    • 21. Strengthening the patient voiceQuestions5 July 2012 21