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    Cheryl davenport-presentation-(leics-hwb)-final Cheryl davenport-presentation-(leics-hwb)-final Presentation Transcript

    • Health and Wellbeing Board in Leicestershire Cheryl Davenport Programme Director, Health Transition PCT Cluster and Leicestershire County Council
    • The new health system
      • NHS Commissioning Board
      • Primary care
        • GPs
        • Dentists
        • Pharmacists
        • Optometrists
      • Specialised commissioning
      • Prison health
      • Immunisation
      • Public Health 0-5yrs
      • Clinical Commissioning Groups
      • Majority commissioners of healthcare services locally
      • Local government
      • Health and Wellbeing Board
      • Public health
        • Health improvement
        • Health protection
        • Healthcare
      • JSNA (with CCGs)
      • Joint commissioning
      • LAs will commission local HealthWatch (the independent consumer champion for health and social care)
      • Public Health England
      • Health Protection Agency
      • National Treatment Agency
      • Regional PH teams
      • PH Observatories
      • Cancer registries
      Health and Wellbeing Board
    • Progress: Leicestershire's Shadow H&WB Board:
      • Development session in April
      • Board Meetings in April, June and September
      • Strategic priorities - June
      • Substructure and emerging outcomes framework - September
      • Emerging CCG strategies - September
      • Development session in November – commissioning intentions for 2012/13
      • Stakeholder bulletin
    • Leicestershire’s H&WB Board Members
      • Cabinet Lead Members for:
        • Health (Chair)
        • Adults and Communities
        • Children and Young People
      • 2 representatives of each of the Clinical Commissioning Groups (GP Consortia) within the local authority area
      • Directors of:
        • Public Health
        • Adults and Communities
        • Children and Young People
    • Leicestershire’s H&WB Board Members:
      • 2 LINk representatives (Local Health Watch, when established)
      • The Chief Executive of the PCT Cluster (NHS Commissioning Board, when established)
      • 2 District Council representatives
      • 1 Local Medical Committee representative
    • Leicestershire H&WB Board's Priorities
      • Increasing life expectancy and reducing inequalities
      • Reducing the prevalence of smoking
      • Reducing the harm caused by alcohol and drugs
      • Reducing the prevalence of obesity and physical inactivity
    • Leicestershire H&WB Board's Priorities – cont.
      • Improving the care of older people with complex needs and enabling more older people to live independently
      • Improving the care of adults and children with complex needs and their carers, including those with:
        • Mental health needs
        • Complex disability needs
      • 7. Shifting investment to prevention and early intervention
      • 8. Making urgent care systems for adults and children work
    • For further information about Leicestershire’s H&WB Board:
      • www.leics.gov.uk/healthwellbeingboard.htm
      • TORs,
      • Presentations
      • Stakeholder briefings and FAQs
      • Press info
      • Meeting dates, agenda, papers.
      • HealthWatch Pathfinder information
      • Contact: Cheryl Davenport
      • Programme Director
      • [email_address]
      • 07770 281610
    • Dept of Health Early Implementers Network
      • Themed learning sets, supported by DH and NHS Institute
      • Web forum (Communities of Practice)
      • Products, tools and guidance to be published by March 2012
        • E.g. Best practice on JSNA, engaging communities in health improvement, development of health and wellbeing strategies
    • What is HealthWatch?
      • The independent consumer champion for health and (social) care services
      • Engagement systems for individuals and groups to collectively influence commissioning decisions and how services are delivered, from the user perspective
      • Signposting for local information, support and advice to help people with their overall health and wellbeing, how to access and navigate services.
      • Support and advocacy for making a complaint
    • What is a HealthWatch Pathfinder?
      • A network of 75 pathfinders nationally, focusing on different aspects of HealthWatch services.
      • Working in learning sets to share ideas and develop products
      • The outputs will help determine:
        • The best operating model(s) for the new organisation
        • How the services from Local Healthwatch should be specified and commissioned (by local authorities)
        • The best ideas, tools and products that will help in the development of Local HealthWatch across the country
      • A learning set for the East Midlands starts from October 2011
    • Commissioning Local Healthwatch
      • LAs will commission the local healthwatch service
      • Dept of Health Consultation on funding options for local health watch runs until 24/10/11
      • Elements of funding for local healthwatch will come from a variety of sources including patient advice and liaison services currently provided within PCTs.
      • A service specification will need to be developed in early 2012
      • Subject to passage of legislation local health watch services will be in place from October 2012, with the addition of advocacy services in April 2013
      • It is intended LINks will transform into local healthwatch and could operate in a number of organisational models
    • Leicestershire HealthWatch Pathfinder
      • Three key workstreams:
        • Signposting
        • Organisational development of LINk to become HealthWatch
        • Engagement with seldom heard groups
    • Your Questions?