Looking ahead

During 2018 Frimley Health and Care will focus on a number of transformation and delivery programmes:

  • Prevention and self-care – ensuring people have the skills, confidence and support to self-care and to stay well
  • Integrated care decision-making – developing integrated teams of multi-disciplinary practitioners providing single points of access to services such as rapid response and re-ablement
  • GP transformation – laying foundations for a new model of general practice provided at scale to offer a wider range of services in the community, including development of GP federations to improve resilience and capacity
  • Support workforce – supporting the care support workforce so that it is fit for purpose and offers good career opportunities across the system
  • Care and support – transforming the social care support market including a comprehensive capacity and demand analysis, and improved management of the market by health and social care working more closely together, helping to make the best use of the money available across the Frimley Health and Care system and better plan for the future care support needs of local people.
  • Reducing clinical variation – ensuring that the population has access to the same high quality of services across the system wherever they live
  • Shared care record – helping people to tell their story once by implementing a shared care record that is accessible to professionals across the footprint

Cross-cutting programmes will include:

  • Urgent and emergency care
  • Mental health and learning disabilities
  • Maternity
  • Children and young people
  • Cancer
  • Communications and engagement