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Lynda Bull: Providing joint services across the public sector

Lynda Bull, Corporate Director, Community Wellbeing for Milton Keynes Council talks about providing joint services across the public sector at The King's Fund Annual Conference 2010.

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Lynda Bull: Providing joint services across the public sector

  1. 1. Integrating services in Milton Keynes<br />Lynda Bull <br />Corporate Director Community Wellbeing Milton Keynes Council<br />
  2. 2. MK Picture integrated services<br /><ul><li>Coterminous Unitary
  3. 3. Platform of planned/fully integrated health and social care adult services – ‘one’ arrangement – 1500 staff/£70m
  4. 4. Single access point
  5. 5. Joint senior posts and commissioning – DPH/AD/Team
  6. 6. Joint developments – for example, telecare</li></li></ul><li>MK Picture Wellbeing – beyond health and social care<br /><ul><li>Learning –adult education engagement –LD/MH etc
  7. 7. Culture–involvement – arts, sports, heritage, volunteering
  8. 8. Place –housing, community safety</li></li></ul><li>‘Right’ Culture<br /><ul><li>Common values and principles
  9. 9. Shape not structure
  10. 10. Shared ‘history’
  11. 11. Pragmatism and trust
  12. 12. Flexibility
  13. 13. Management not ‘projects’</li></li></ul><li>How do I know it’s working?<br /><ul><li>Low cost social care and good performance
  14. 14. No adjudication – continuing care, delayed discharges etc
  15. 15. Assumed support in partnership/political arenas
  16. 16. Evidence and solutions
  17. 17. ‘Grey areas’ are managed – complaints, media etc</li></li></ul><li>But what next ?<br /><ul><li>Manage the emerging threats – fragmentation, PCT capacity, TCS process
  18. 18. Develop joint commissioning/provision ‘offer’
  19. 19. Seize the moment – LA leadership, JSNA, public health, HWB
  20. 20. Think regional and ‘different’ partnerships</li>