Commissioningintentions
What are Commissioning Intentions?•    Our commissioning intentions are the    proposals we develop that shape our    cont...
Why are they important?• They are important as they help us to  ensure we are meeting the health needs  of our local popul...
How do we develop them?• Understanding the health needs of our  population• Understanding existing services and gaps• Talk...
What have we learnt?• ‘Co- development’ of intentions works• Draws on expertise from primary and  secondary care, Birmingh...
Understanding our population• Majority of the area covered by Birmingham  CrossCity is highly deprived• Areas of high unem...
Health needs• Life expectancy gap due to:    Circulatory diseases – diabetes, hypertension    Respiratory diseases – COP...
What work have we done already?• Service Redesign: Cardiology, Ophthalmology,  Respiratory• Trauma• Communication – record...
How does it happen?• NOW!       Ideas please• October    First draft of intentions shared• December   Agreement of 13-14 i...
Priority areas that we have identified…• Reducing premature deaths through prevention  -Smoking cessation, life style advi...
Key steps• Event feedback report to be compiled• Will help feed into first draft of commissioning  intentions• For more in...
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Birmingham CrossCity Commissioning Group (CCG) Commissioning Intentions

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Slides from 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 Commissioning Group (CCG) Commissioning Intentions

  1. 1. Commissioningintentions
  2. 2. What are Commissioning Intentions?• Our commissioning intentions are the proposals we develop that shape our contract discussions with organisations that provide healthcare• It is a complex process with responsibilities ranging from assessing population needs to prioritising health outcomes
  3. 3. Why are they important?• They are important as they help us to ensure we are meeting the health needs of our local population• We don’t have the resources to do everything so have to prioritise how we invest tax payers money
  4. 4. How do we develop them?• Understanding the health needs of our population• Understanding existing services and gaps• Talking to local stakeholders at events such as this• Clinical discussions with provider organisations about our shared priorities
  5. 5. What have we learnt?• ‘Co- development’ of intentions works• Draws on expertise from primary and secondary care, Birmingham City Council, community and voluntary groups and our patients and carers• All are well placed to identify gaps and potential improvements in care• Historical ways of working can be improved
  6. 6. Understanding our population• Majority of the area covered by Birmingham CrossCity is highly deprived• Areas of high unemployment• Ethnically diverse• High birth rate• Variation in life expectancy across Birmingham CrossCity area of over 5 years - the ‘life expectancy gap’• Ageing population with increased frailty
  7. 7. Health needs• Life expectancy gap due to:  Circulatory diseases – diabetes, hypertension  Respiratory diseases – COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)  Cancers – lung cancer• High numbers of emergency admissions for respiratory disease and COPD• 37 % of Year 6 primary school children are overweight or obese• High levels of teenage pregnancy in some areas• High levels of infant mortality• ‘Hidden communities’ – homeless, travellers, asylum seekers & refugees• High spend on mental health services
  8. 8. What work have we done already?• Service Redesign: Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Respiratory• Trauma• Communication – record sharing, excess bed days, out patient and inpatient letters• Diagnostics• Enhanced recovery• Antibiotics in the community
  9. 9. How does it happen?• NOW! Ideas please• October First draft of intentions shared• December Agreement of 13-14 intentions and plans• February Improvement plans written collaboratively in working groups• March Improvement plans signed off by JCCG for inclusion in the contract• April The work starts
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. Key steps• Event feedback report to be compiled• Will help feed into first draft of commissioning intentions• For more information visit: – Website: Bhamcrosscityccg.nhs.uk – Email: bhamcrosscity@nhs.net – Telephone: Communications and Engagement Department on 0121 255 0875
  12. 12. Thank you

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