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									         Better Health, Better Life:


         A draft Strategic Commissioning
                  Plan 2008 - 2013




May 10
Context
     Primary Care Trusts are bodies responsible for the
     local NHS
     Prime purpose of Commissioning Health and Health
     Care
     Formal requirements for Strategic Commissioning
     Plans
     ‘Building a Better - Future’ (2007) set out PCT
     purpose and strategic aims – the Strategic Plan now
     focuses on specific priorities and delivery
     Assessments of Needs and Inequalities
     - Director of Public Health’s Annual Report
     - Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
   May 10
OUR VISION – ‘from good to great’

• To improve health
         - Increasing life expectancy to the national average
         - Improving the quality and accessibility of health care
         - Demonstrably securing value for money


• To reduce inequalities in health
         - Narrowing the gaps in life expectancy and health experience
           within the Borough
         - Targeting our resources




May 10
STRATEGIC PRIORITIES FOR ACTION
• Smoking

• Obesity

• Alcohol

• Cardio - Vascular Disease ( Coronary Heart Disease
  and Stroke)

• Mental Ill – Health


May 10
GOLDEN THREADS

•     To work in effective partnership
•     To target resources to those most in need
•     To improve the health of our young
•     To secure the demonstrable quality and value
•     To shift funding towards advice, choice and support, enabling
      informed decisions
•     To strengthen service delivery in primary care settings
•     To continue improvements in access for all in need
•     To be sensitive and responsive to diversity
•     To be guided by clinical advice and leadership
•     To engage openly and honestly


    May 10
A DRAFT PLAN FOR ACTION


• Current draft finalised on 10.10.08
• Basis for full public consultation: 20.10.08 – 31.01.09
• Sets out needs, priorities, financial and
  service/contracted context
• Sets out a range of supporting initiatives




May 10
SUPPORTING INITIATIVES
• Engaging with local people to improve health
     - incl. Social marketing programmes
• Improved access to lifestyle support
     - incl. smoking, obesity, alcohol
• Improved access to community/primary care
     - incl. additional facilities, management of long term conditions
• Investment in our young
     - incl. breast feeding, healthy schools, children’s health care
• Improved Mental Health
     - incl. strengthened commissioned and partnership working
• Improved hospital care
     - incl. focus on quality, appropriateness and value




 May 10
NEXT STEPS
• Consultation from 20th October
     -   summary leaflets and questionnaires to every household
     -   summary documents for clinicians and staff
     -   Full document widely available for partners
     -   Use of existing fora, supplemented by additional discussion
         events
• External (‘World Class Commissioning Assurance’)
  review of NHS Sefton
     - 25th November, 2008
• Final Strategic Plan – published in March 2009




May 10

								
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