Joint Improvement Team  Joint Strategic Commissioning and              Co-productionA look at the priorities for each and ...
Joint strategic commissioning –what is it?In 2012 the Scottish Government’s Strategic Commissioning National    Steering G...
The Commissioning cycle –key tasks
Joint Strategic CommissioningLearning Development Framework> Designed to help those responsible for improving joint  commi...
Joint commissioning culture> Joint commissioning needs to develop different ways of  interacting with service users, patie...
Commissioning – understanding theroles involved and the skills required
Joint Strategic Commissioning NationalImprovement Support Programme 2013-15> a programme that encompasses contributions by...
Early priorities for the JIT>   Improvement review of JSC Plans for OP>   14 May national launch event>   JSC Course>   De...
More about the importance ofco-production.......
What is it?> The public sector and citizens making  better use of (and developing) each  others assets, resources and  con...
Why is it important?> ‘... co-production is essentially about the delivery  of public services being shared between the  s...
Benefits and Risks (1)> Citizens/Communities/Third Sector know things  Professionals and Managers don’t!> They have capabi...
Benefits and Risks (2)> Expectations!> ‘… asking everyone what services  should be developed (or cut) can  lead to situati...
The Challenge‘…when commissioning is undertakenjointly …activities have to be redesigned toensure they are fit for purpose...
Commissioning for Joint Outcomes                     Self-directed                        support                 Joint co...
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Joint Strategic Commissioning and Co-production (WS39)

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This session will look at the Joint Commissioning Framework developed by the Scottish Government’s Joint Improvement Team and the Institute of Public Care at Oxford Brookes University. It will also describe the improvement support programme for Joint Strategic Commissioning that is planned to support the integration of health and social care. A second focus for the session will be on how best to support and embed approaches on ‘Co Production’ building on the work the Team has been involved in with Governance International.
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Joint Strategic Commissioning and Co-production (WS39)

  1. 1. Joint Improvement Team Joint Strategic Commissioning and Co-productionA look at the priorities for each and the synergies between the two
  2. 2. Joint strategic commissioning –what is it?In 2012 the Scottish Government’s Strategic Commissioning National Steering Group set out what it understood the phrase to mean:> Commissioning is the term used for all the activities involved in assessing and forecasting needs, linking investment to agreed desired outcomes, considering options, planning the nature, range and quality of future services and working in partnership to put these in place.> Joint commissioning is where these actions are undertaken by two or more agencies working together, typically health and local government, and often from a pooled or aligned budget.
  3. 3. The Commissioning cycle –key tasks
  4. 4. Joint Strategic CommissioningLearning Development Framework> Designed to help those responsible for improving joint commissioning capacity in local Partnerships to achieve this> Focuses on joint commissioning by Community Health and Social Care Partnerships and their partners - local authorities, NHS boards, third and independent sectors> Particular it explores the skills needed to deliver effective joint strategic commissioning of older people’s services> Equally applicable for other adult and children’s services
  5. 5. Joint commissioning culture> Joint commissioning needs to develop different ways of interacting with service users, patients and their carers. We also need a more holistic and mature perspective about the contribution of individuals and agencies involved> 5 key themes that the framework focuses upon in changing the culture are: • Joint commissioning for better outcomes • Commissioning based on co-production • Maximising service user and patient engagement in commissioning • Commissioning for self-directed support • Market facilitation
  6. 6. Commissioning – understanding theroles involved and the skills required
  7. 7. Joint Strategic Commissioning NationalImprovement Support Programme 2013-15> a programme that encompasses contributions by national partners> facilitates and co-ordinates dialogue between the national partners to develop effective channels of communication and shared learning between the national partners> Provides improved clarity about available support for partnerships in order to maximise take-up and improvement
  8. 8. Early priorities for the JIT> Improvement review of JSC Plans for OP> 14 May national launch event> JSC Course> Developing links to improve the capacity of community planning and support emerging integration arrangements
  9. 9. More about the importance ofco-production.......
  10. 10. What is it?> The public sector and citizens making better use of (and developing) each others assets, resources and contributions to achieve better outcomes or improved efficiency. > (Governance International)
  11. 11. Why is it important?> ‘... co-production is essentially about the delivery of public services being shared between the service provider and the recipient ... co- production is nothing new ... what makes ... (it) ... topical in the current financial crisis is the expectation that effective user and community involvement may help to improve outputs, service quality and outcomes and reduce costs ...’ > Barker, Adrian., 2010, Co-production of Local Public Services, LARCI
  12. 12. Benefits and Risks (1)> Citizens/Communities/Third Sector know things Professionals and Managers don’t!> They have capabilities and assets they can contribute.> Greater service satisfaction is achieved when services are based on people’s needs.> More innovative ideas for service redesign> Savings by de-commissioning or redesigning services that citizens see as either failing or needing improvement.
  13. 13. Benefits and Risks (2)> Expectations!> ‘… asking everyone what services should be developed (or cut) can lead to situations where people are encouraged to provide views on services about which they know little and care less…’ (Governance International)
  14. 14. The Challenge‘…when commissioning is undertakenjointly …activities have to be redesigned toensure they are fit for purpose in a newmulti- agency environment…’ (Institute of Public Care, 2013)
  15. 15. Commissioning for Joint Outcomes Self-directed support Joint commissioning for Market Co-production better outcomes Facilitation Service User Engagement

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