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Jennifer Neff / Leeann Monk Ozgul, Co Founders and Co CEOs Elemental

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Jennifer Neff / Leeann Monk Ozgul, Co Founders and Co CEOs Elemental

  1. 1. Future Proofing Social Prescribing Leeann Monk-Özgül (Co CEO) Jennifer Neff (Co CEO)
  2. 2. Your session hosts
  3. 3. Introduction to Elemental Scaling and evidencing the impact of social prescribing 1. Access for all that need it 1. Evidence the impact that the VCSE plays in delivering community health and wellbeing
  4. 4. Who we work with
  5. 5. Our Footprint
  6. 6. Who uses Elemental
  7. 7. This session 1. Developing/ scaling your model 2. Increasing access to your programmes 3. Supporting your link workers 4. Building the capacity of your community network 5. Measuring success
  8. 8. Social Prescribing is everyone's business!
  9. 9. Regional and national strategy
  10. 10. Primary Care Networks All GP practices are expected to come together in geographical networks covering populations of approximately 30–50,000 patients by June 2019 NHS England has significant ambitions for primary care networks, with the expectation that they will be a key vehicle for delivering many of the commitments in the long-term plan and providing a wider range of services to patients.
  11. 11. Drivers and Challenges HEALTH, HOUSING & SOCIAL CARE PROFESSIONALS • Want to provide social prescribing • No time to research activities in the community • No quality assurance on suppliers • No ability to track & monitor patient progress after referral PATIENTS/RESIDENTS/CITIZENS • Want to receive social prescriptions to reduce their health risks • Want to know more about health & wellbeing activities in community • Need 1-1 support to keep motivated HEALTH, HOUSING & SOCIAL CARE COMMISSIONERS • Need analytics from commissioned programmes to prove value for money • Need to track outcomes to justify expenditure COMMUNITY & VOLUNTARY PROVIDERS • Need to track project outcomes to prove value for money to commissioners • Need to track individual patient health risk to report back to their funders
  12. 12. THE FOUNDATIONS FOR SOCIAL PRESCRIBING IN YOUR COMMUNITY
  13. 13. ● Established who the providers are ● Determine the offering ● Identify the gaps in partnerships/ services/ access ● Connect it back to an area’s strategic goals MAPPING/ UNCOVERING THE ASSETS IN A PLACE ● Deliver ways to engage stakeholders through workshops/ webinars/ interviews ● Facilitate the discussions ● Co produce the vision with the partners CO DEVELOP THE VISION ● Nearly 500 Link Workers trained by Elemental team on digital social prescribing ● Nearly 2000 health and social care professionals trained in digital referral making (of which 1488 are GPs) PROVIDE TRAINING ● Work with partners from a neighbourhood, a whole STP level and to bigger regions ● Create the learning and sharing environments to ensure the widespread adoption CONNECT A REGION Co creating the vision
  14. 14. Someone who can make referrals for a resident to take part in the project REFERRAL AGENTS GP/ Nurse/ Housing Officer/ Social Worker Someone who has been assigned the responsibility to receive referrals from the referral agents REFERRAL HANDLERS Social Prescribing Link Worker An organisation selected to be part in the social prescribing programme of the select list of providers for the project PROVIDERS Internal Provider/ External Providers Anyone that meets the project’s inclusion criteria- Example: Debt, rent arrears, mild depression, social isolation etc PATIENT/TENANT/ CITIZEN Roles and responsibilities
  15. 15. Measuring the impact ● The impact on the person ● The impact on the community ● The impact of the system
  16. 16. Co creating the pathway
  17. 17. THE TECH Supporting you the whole way across your social prescribing ecosystem and involving all stakeholders along the way!
  18. 18. Be referred using a clinical system
  19. 19. 2. BE REFERRED BY SOMEONE GIVEN REFERRAL MAKING RIGHTS USING ELEMENTAL URL Be referred using the Elemental URL
  20. 20. Browse Self Refer Self Serve Customise Self Refer with your branding and programme information so you have the workflow that suits you. 1. ‘Self Refer’ option to a Link Worker for those who need Link Worker Supporter 2. ‘Browse’ option for those who are more motivated to see what’s available Self refer option
  21. 21. SUPPORTING SOCIAL PRESCRIBING LINK WORKERS
  22. 22. VIEW INCOMING REFERRALS FROM MULTIPLE REFERRAL SOURCES
  23. 23. MAKE APPOINTMENTS WITH PATIENTS
  24. 24. GATHER THE BASELINE INFORMATION/ FIND OUT WHAT MATTERS TO THE PATIENT
  25. 25. DISCUSS ANY HEALTH RISKS OR CONCERNS WITH THE PATIENT
  26. 26. CO CREATE A PLAN WITH THE PATIENT
  27. 27. LOG/ RECORD FOLLOW UP VISIT OUTCOMES
  28. 28. MEASURE PROGRESS
  29. 29. ANNOUNCING THE TRAILBLAZER PROJECT MEASURING THE UPTAKE AND IMPACT OF SOCIAL PRESCRIBING
  30. 30. Measuring the impact ● The impact on the person ● The impact on the community ● The impact of the system
  31. 31. Impact on the patient • Activation Levels (PAM) monthly • Mental Wellbeing (SWEBWEB) • Personal General Wellbeing (ONS4) Impact on the community (VCSE Sector) • Number of referrals received • Most common reasons for referral Impact on the Health & Care System • GP Appointment • A&E Appointments • Prescribed medication Linked Datasets – Proving the case for Social Prescribing
  32. 32. E-Learning Provision Providing users with an understanding of what Social Prescribing is and how to use / implement it. Example Modules: May Include; • How to imbed social prescribing within your PCN • How to recruit/induct your link worker • How to quality assure the programme • The operational governance required • The value of the VCSE Sector • Resource bank • How to effectively manage the change • Change within the GP practice • Clinical governance framework • Data/GDPR implications • How to use the Data dashboards • Input strategy • Extraction • Data dashboards
  33. 33. Timescales Stage 1 ● Programme launched at Unco - 16th October 2019 ● Expressions of interest opens for sites (3 sites across England will be chosen) – 29th November 2019 ● 3 trailblazer sites identified and promoted – 9th December 2019 ● Co creation programme design with trailblazer sites – Month Jan 2020 ● Trailblazer Programme commences – 3rd Feb 2020 Stage 2 ● Amend programme based on findings from trailblazer programme – April 2020 ● Early adopters invited – April 2020 ● Progamme roll out – May 2020
  34. 34. Register your interest Register your interest by emailing us at: info@elementalsoftware.co
  35. 35. WHAT DO YOU THINK? Q&A Time!

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