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Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group


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Opening slides introducing the Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group given at a patient and public engagement event at Birmingham City Football Club, hosted by BVSC and Birmingham LINk, 4th October 2012.

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Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group

  1. 1. BirminghamCrossCity
  2. 2. Agenda Time Item Presenter12.45pm Welcome Stephanie Belgeonne Setting the scene12.50pm Birmingham CrossCity Dr Gavin Ralston1.10pm Commissioning intentions Dr Barbara King1.30pm Involvement and engagement Dr Peter Thebridge Group discussions2.20pm Birmingham Local Involvement Janis Deakin Network (LINk)2.30pm Feedback Dr Gavin Ralston Dr Peter Thebridge Dr Barbara King3.00pm Close Dr Gavin Ralston
  3. 3. Setting the scene: moving forwardDevelopment of Clinical Commissioning GroupsEstablishment of NHS Commissioning BoardSupport to provided by Commissioning Support UnitsTransfer of public health to Local Authorities,supported by Public Health EnglandEstablishment of HealthWatch
  4. 4. BirminghamCrossCity
  5. 5. Birmingham CrossCity Excellence in commissioning, through excellence in primary care 730,000 patients 117 practices 125 sites
  6. 6. Commissioning – the conceptPlanning for the year and letting local services know so theycan be preparedSetting contracts around what will be required andstandards around qualityThere is a degree of continuity with commissioning, buteach year there is an opportunity for service redesign andinnovationClinical solutions for financial problems - MissionImpossible
  7. 7. Local Commissioning Networks (LCNs) Board Structure 1. Bordesley Green, South Yardley, Small Heath, Acocks Green 2. East Birmingham 3. Edgbaston 4. Hall Green 5. Kingstanding & New Oscott 6. Northfield 7. North East 8. South Birmingham 9. Washwood Heath 10. Sutton Coldfield and Shard End Local Commissioning Network Chairs Chair of Local Commissioning Network Group ChairManaging Chief Contrac- Secondary Primary Primary Partnership Partnership Information Information Nurse Consultant LayDirector Finance ting & Care Care Care and Quality and Quality Advisor Advisor Advisor Redesign & Redesign & Commissioning Commissioning Assurance Assurance Officer QIPP Redesign Quality Quality HEFT x2 Urgent Care Mental Health Informatics UHB x2 (Elective (x2) and LCNs BCH Care Local Authority BCHC x2 (x2) BWH Long Term ROH WMAS Conditions Board Birmingham CrossCity
  8. 8. Across the city Our Local Commissioning Networks
  9. 9. Complex landscape• Our population and member practices• Neighbouring CCGs• Hospitals, Community services and Ambulance Service• Birmingham City Council and two neighbouring councils Sandwell and Solihull• Third Sector
  10. 10. Opportunities and risks• Introduction of new evidence-based interventions -equitable and affordable• Sustainable approach to the NHS - keeping health services‘free at the point of delivery’• Opportunity for clinicians to directly influence pathwaydesign, have a central role rather than just on the edge…hopefully this will be a good thing• Opportunity to bring primary and secondary care closertogether and on more equal terms• There is a steady stream of new technologies and not allcan be afforded within current budget
  11. 11. CCG leadership in practiceBirmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning leads seekassurance through a range of channels including:•Local Commissioning Networks•Open Forum meetings•Patient engagement through Patient Participation Groups(PPGs)•Direct public engagement through open events (includingan Annual General Meeting)
  12. 12. Progress so far• Joint Clinical Contracting Groups (JCCGs) Shared forum between CCGs and Providers Clinically led – Strategy – Implementation Scrutiny role – Performance – Quality• Advice and Guidance• Acute Medical Clinics
  13. 13. Priority areas that we have identified…• Reducing premature deaths through prevention -Smoking cessation, life style advice• Maternity and early years• Frail Elderly - dementia, stroke care, end of life care• Long Term Conditions - respiratory, diabetes• Improving mental health care• Improving urgent care• Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care• Commissioning high quality and safe services
  14. 14. Key steps• Event feedback report to be compiled• Will help feed into first draft of commissioning intentions• For more information visit: – Website: – Email: – Telephone: Communications and Engagement Department on 0121 255 0875
  15. 15. Thank you