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					  KAISER PERMANENTE IN
     WEST SOMERSET

 RE-CAP KAISER PROJECT
  OBJECTIVES.
 PROGRESS REPORT.
 KEY ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE.
 MOVING TO MAINSTREAM.



           Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                Primary Care Trust         1
         PILOT PROJECT -
           OBJECTIVES
 Integration between primary and
  secondary care.
 A strong focus on quality and increased
  productivity.
 Focus on patient education and self-
  management
 Improved demand management, increase
  patient choice and improve access.
                Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                     Primary Care Trust         2
     THE PILOT PROJECTS
KEY PROJECTS                          K P FUNDING
 Medical and social                   Acute trust - £23K
  screening clinic.                    Buddy practices
 ‘buddy’ practices                     £3K each.
 Community Joint Action               Ad hoc Project
  Group Co-ordinator.                   costs - £5K
 Fluoroscope in O/P                   TOTAL funding -
                                        £40K


                Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                     Primary Care Trust                      3
           PROGRESS
 PREP  CLINIC STARTED FEB 2004 for 6
  MONTHS.
 PREP CLINIC EVALUATION REPORT
  PUBLISHED DEC 2004.
 2 BUDDY PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
  HELD.
 FLUOROSCOPE EVALUATED.
 JAG INCORPORATED INTO SERVICE
  RE-DESIGN.
            Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                 Primary Care Trust         4
    KP AS PART OF A COMMUNITY
        WIDE PROGRAMME.
   MSS Interface (PREP) service.
   Expansion in Primary Care Physio.
   Direct Access Physiotherapy.
   Community Back Pain Project.
   Somerset Referral Management Centre.
   Pathways to work (Incapacity Benefit).
   Independent Treatment Centre.
   Kaiser Permanente Programme.

                  Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                       Primary Care Trust         5
    KEY ACHIEVEMENTS TO
            DATE
 Access   Times have reduced.
 Referrals to Secondary Care have
  reduced.
 Choice for patients at point of referral.
 The patient seen by the right person at the
  right time.
 Expansion in capacity.


               Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                    Primary Care Trust         6
    MOVING TO MAINSTREAM
 MSS Programme part of Local Delivery Plans for
  2005/06.
 Kaiser approach integrated into plans for long term
  condition management.
 Pilot innovative community patient self care
  programme for Level 1 patients.
 Support for GPs to adopt motivational interviewing
  techniques.
 Part of wider modernisation agenda of Improving
  Hospitals Partnership and 10 High Impact Changes.



                  Annabelle Legg, Taunton Deane
                       Primary Care Trust               7

				
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