These products will be of help to individual leaders, senior teams, extended teams and whole CCGs:
Practical information, tools and support to improve patient safety.
Draft guidance on the roles for clinical commissioning groups and their partners in refreshing the JSNA and developing the joint health and wellbeing strategies. Published Jan 2012 for views.
This website provides tools, guides and case studies to enable commissioners to achieve the best health outcomes from every pound invested. It includes links to the NHS Atlas of Variation, Spend and Outcome Tool and 40 other tools.
A half-day workshop helping you to evaluate your patient safety culture, and develop and strategy for improving it.
This module is designed for people who are familiar with the NHS data environment and who are already familiar with reviewing data and handling data in order to make commissioning decisions – this module will ext level in making the data work for you.
The module will cover-:
- Tools / techniques to analyse current commissioning priorities and how best to focus efforts – for eg use of the NHS Institute opportunities locator / BCBV indicators for
increased cost effectiveness.
- Brief introduction into process mapping and opportunities it could create for helping
to focus on priority areas for service – re-design.
- Tools / techniques to determine impact and effort / use of matrices etc.
- How to develop a commissioning strategy that connects constituent practices and
their efforts with GP commissioning consortia.
This module will cover different approaches to commissioning for long term conditions, ranging from single-speciality GPSI clinics to fully integrated services covering health and social care, self management and prevention. In addition, the interface between primary care as providers and commissioners in relation to LTC will be explored.
A one day workshop on using the new NHS Change Model to change and implement large scale change more effectively, sustainably and efficiently.