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Caring Together deep dive risk240


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Presentation to the Governing Body regarding progress around the Eastern Cheshire Caring Together Programme

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Caring Together deep dive risk240

  1. 1. Deep Dive Risk 240: Caring Together Delivery Programme Fleur Blakeman Strategy & Transformation Director 25 January 2017
  2. 2. Risk Description ‘Without sufficient transformation funding the CCG will be unable to transform local services at the pace and scale required to deliver the CCGs’ strategy in full within agreed timescales.’
  3. 3. Caring Together Programme • A well established system-wide transformation programme of which ECCCG is a key partner • Caring Together is integral to delivery of ECCCG’s five year strategy • Robust programme governance arrangements in place • No ring fenced resource for service transformation locally and no national funding received • Whilst some changes have been introduced, whole system transformation has not yet been achieved
  4. 4. Caring Together Programme • Developed a Local Delivery Plan in March 2016 indicating additional transformation funding will be needed • Without transformation funding, it will be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to transform services at pace and scale
  5. 5. Progress Update • Modelled single service options over the summer 2016 • Now modelling a whole system solution • Two options over and above ‘business as usual’ currently being modelled • Transformation funding currently being redirected to sustaining hospitals (£4.8m to ECT) • Caring Together Programme Board meeting with system regulators in February 2017
  6. 6. Next Steps • Following agreement with system regulators, development of a business case for transformation funding • The business case would precede any formal consultation • The CCG will need to agree a course of action once the outcome of the meeting with system regulators is known
  7. 7. Recommendations The Governing Body is asked to: • Confirm the existing risk score is retained pending the outcome of the meeting with system regulators on 16 February 2017 and/or • Agree to close or reword the current risk