Kevin Heffernan NHS England

Report
Health and Justice Commissioning
Kevin Heffernan
Telford Conference June 2013
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CRISIS
Danger/risk
and Adversity
Opportunity for
Personal Growth
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NHS England
• NHS England are playing a key role in the Government’s vision to modernise the health
service with the key aim of securing the best possible health outcomes for patients by
prioritising them in every decision it makes.
• Formally established as the NHS Commissioning Board on 1 October 2012, NHS England
is an independent body at arm’s length to the Government.
• Over the past decade, the role of commissioning, as a key driver of quality, efficiency and
outcomes for patients, has become increasingly important to the health system in
England.
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NHS England
• At its simplest, commissioning is the process of planning, agreeing and monitoring
services. However, securing services is much more complicated than securing goods and
the diversity and intricacy of the services delivered by the NHS is unparalleled.
• Commissioning is not one action but many, ranging from the health-needs assessment for
a population, through the clinically based design of patient pathways, to service
specification and contract negotiation or procurement, with continuous quality
assessment.
• The NHS commissioning system was previously made up of primary care trusts and
specialised commissioning groups. Most of the NHS commissioning budget is now
managed by 211 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). These are groups of general
practices which come together in each area to commission the best services for their
patients and population.
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NHS England - CCG’s – CSU’s - PHE
• CCGs and NHS England are supported by new commissioning support units (CSUs).
Their role is to carry out:
• Transformational commissioning functions, such as service redesign; and
• Transactional commissioning functions, such as market management, healthcare
procurement, contract negotiation and monitoring, information analysis and risk
stratification.
• Commissioning of public health services is undertaken by Public Health England (PHE)
and local authorities, (although NHS England will commission, on behalf of PHE, some of
the public health services delivered by the NHS)
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NHS England
• A single operating model
• 1 Chief Executive and a central head office
• 4 Regional Area Teams (Midlands and East of England, North of England,
South of England and London)
• 27 local Area Teams (A.T.s) across England ( 3 in the West Midlands)
• 10 A.T.s will undertake health and justice commissioning (Shropshire and
Staffordshire A.T. lead for West Midland region)
• 211 Clinical commissioning groups (CCG’s) of which 21 are in the West Midlands
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West Midlands Commissioning Structure
Arden Hereford
and Worcestershire
Area Team
Leading on Health and Justice
Shropshire and
Staffordshire Area
Team)
Birmingham ,
Solihull and the
Black Country Area
Team
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The Single Operating Model
“A single approach for agreeing what will be commissioned, to what standard
within available resources”
“To move away from regionally and locally isolated commissioning to a clear and
consistent national approach, with national standards based on the best available
evidence to ensure efficient provision of care, and improved health outcomes.”
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Commissioning Arrangements for Health and Justice
NHS England
• Sexual Assault Referral Centres
• Offender Healthcare in custodial settings
• Liaison and Diversion (national projects)
CCGs
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Local Authorities
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Acute paediatric services.
Healthcare provided to offenders who are in the community (including locally
developed police and court diversion schemes)
Emergency care services for offenders.
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Open access sexual health and genitourinary medicine (GU) clinics.
Ongoing support and social care for victims of assault (including part funding
ISVAs)
Public health services for offenders not in detention
Substance misuse services
Police
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FME input (until proposed transfer to the NHS)
Home Office
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Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) – part funded with L.A.s
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Commissioning Arrangements for Health and Justice
Some of the many forums we come together in as collaborating
agencies
• Health and Well-being boards
• Healthcare partnership boards (Police)
• Mental Health expert reference groups
• Integrated Offender Health regional/national forums
• SARC strategic management boards
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Settings for the WM Health and Justice team
Prisons
Police Forces
SARCs
Diversion
Schemes
Brinsford
Stoke Heath
Staffordshire
Cobridge
Birmingham
Drake Hall
Birmingham
West Midlands
Birmingham
North Staffs (A)
Dovegate
Long Lartin
West Mercia
Walsall
Warwickshire
Featherstone
Hewell
Warwickshire
Nuneaton
Sandwell x2
Oakwood
Bransford
Wolverhampton
(Y)
Stafford
Wellington
Staffordshire (Y)
Swinfen Hall
Werrington
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NHS England - work to date with you
Early adopter programme (Healthcare in police custody) – Honest broker’s
Primecare contract – Not business as usual
• IT requirements
• MH and LD screening
• A and E protocols
• Improved clinical governance (e.g. complaints)
• Increased use of Primecare’s care coordination centre
Top 100 frequent flyers – a collaboration between police, healthcare provider and L and
D projects (e.g. Stoke MH diversion project and Primecare)
Being a gateway into complex health systems. e.g. medical statements
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We now have the new structures, we have a willingness, a commitment
and passion to make a real positive difference for those vulnerable
people we connect with who have a mental health distress along the
offender health pathway
This is not just about danger, risk and adversity….it’s about
Opportunity!
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NHS England Contact Details
West Midland Health and Justice
Commissioning Team
Head of Health & Justice Commissioning
Sarah Forrest
[email protected]
Kevin Heffernan
Offender Health project manager
[email protected]
Lynda Parkes
Offender Health Commissioning manager
[email protected]
Becki Hipkins
Offender Health project manager
[email protected]
Chris Randall
Offender Health Commissioning manager
[email protected]
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