Strategy and Transformation- March 2015

 

Table of Contents

Key Reports. 2

General Management 2

Frail Elderly Care. 3

Acute Care Re-design. 3

Seven Day Working. 3

Surgical Reconfiguration. 4

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP] 4

Sources. 4

Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull Libraries. 5

 

 

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Key Reports

CLARE ALLCOCK, FELICITY DORMON, RICHARD TAUNT AND JENNIFER DIXON. Constructive Comfort: accelerating change in the NHS [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

 

Access to hospital care: is the NHS on target? [Homepage of The Nuffield Trust], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/17/2015].

HOUSE OF COMMONS HEALTH COMMITTEE. Social care should be free at the end of life - News from Parliament - UK Parliament [Homepage of UK Parliament], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/18/2015].

NAYLOR, C.E.A. Acute hospitals and integrated care | The King's Fund [Homepage of The King's Fund], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/19/2015]

MITCHELL, M. Healthcare – the next five years [Homepage of The Smith Institute], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

Letting Go: How English devolution can help solve the NHS care and cash crisis | Reform [Homepage of Reform Research Trust], [Online]. Available Full Text [3/24/2015]

The future of commissioning | Reform [Homepage of Reform Research Trust], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/24/2015]

General Management

EDWARDS, N. The way the NHS manages A&E problems is not fit for purpose | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/5/2015]

SULLIVAN, A. Reach out to GPs and social care to create provider led solutions | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/6/2015]

BARNES, S. Urgent care system 'near breaking point', think tank claims | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/6/2015]

Briefing from the Nuffield Trust looks at the facts behind the A and E crisis - NHS Confederation [Homepage of NHS Confederation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

 

Could GPs be more involved in out of hours planning and provision - NHS Confederation [Homepage of NHS Confederation], [Online].Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

Considering new requirements for quality assessment - NHS Confederation [Homepage of NHS Confederation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

 

NHS Change Day – how social media took a simple idea to help transform healthcare - Thoughts from the Centre of Deloitte, [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/13/2015]

LINTERN, S. Lord Willis launches blueprint for the future of nursing | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/13/2015]

DORMAN, F. Changes in CAMHS: parity or warm words? [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available: Full Text[3/19/2015]

TAYLOR, K. Change happens at the speed of trust - Thoughts from the Centre [Homepage of Deloitte], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/20/2015]

 

Health and social care leaders expect struggle to meet efficiency targets | The Nuffield Trust [Homepage of The Nuffield Trust], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/24/2015]

 

 

Frail Elderly

Cohort differences in the levels and trajectories of

Frailty among older people in England.

Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health [Online]

 Full Text [February 2015]

 

Recent trends in life expectancy at older ages:

Protecting and improving the nation’s health.

Health Service Journal Full Text [February 2015]

 

Fit for frailty part 2: developing, commissioning and

managing services for people living with frailty in

community settings. Full Text [2015]

 

Everybody needs good neighbours as our older

population grows. | Health Service Journal.

Full Text [28/1/2015]

 

The guidance you can swear by for the ‘F’ word

Frailty. Health Service Journal  Full Text [15/1/2015]

 

Measuring frailty using self-report and test-based

health measures.

Age & Ageing Online [February 2015] Full Text

 

Video: Findings from the older people commission |

Opinion | Health Service Journal. Available:

Full Text [3/18/2015, 2015]

 

HSJ commission final report: Are you doing enough for frail older people? | Supplements | Health Service Journal

[Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Available: Full Text [3/20/2015]

 

Acute Care Re-design

MOORE, A. What the future NHS hospital should look like | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/4/2015]

TAUNT, R.  Passing the people test: improving integration of care - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/5/2015]

SULLIVAN, A. Reach out to GPs and social care to create provider led solutions | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/10/2015]

WILLIAMS, D. NHS England reveals new care model 'vanguard' | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/10/2015]

HAZEL, W. Exclusive: CQC unveils new approach to regulating forward view care models | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/10/2015]

Mobile clinics for chronic stable glaucoma management: improving access and alleviating hospital demand [Homepage of Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

Transforming care for people with learning disabilities - next steps [Homepage of NHS England], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

NHS England » Integrated primary and acute care systems vanguard sites [Homepage of NHS England], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

NHS England » New care models – vanguard sites [Homepage of NHS England], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

READ, C. Emergency care summit: Sustainability remains A&E's biggest issue | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

 Available: Full Text [3/13/2015]

HAZEL, W. Specialised service transfer reconsidered due to incorrect data | News | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/13/2015]

RENAUD-KOMIYA, N. New FT to 'push forward' with new models of care | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/16/2015]

CUMBRIA CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP. Integrated digital care record: Success story. Safer Hospitals, Safer Wards Technology [Homepage of Health and Social Care Information Centre and NHS England], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

FREEMAN, H. The independent sector can help the NHS invest in new care models | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/19/2015]

Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) – A national review of adult elective orthopaedic services in England [Homepage of British Orthopaedic Association], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/20/2015]

DR SAIRA GHAFUR, DR ANGELIKA ZARKALI. New care models need well trained NHS staff to deliver the best patient care | Opinion | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/23/2015]

 

Seven Day Working

Sustainability and Seven Day Services Taskforce Interim Report [Homepage of The Scottish Government], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/11/2015]

Employ more hospital pharmacists to roll out seven day NHS in Scotland, says RPS [The Pharmaceutical Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [19/03/2015]

Government must produce “credible evidence” to support seven day working, BMA says [BMJ] [Online]. Available: Full Text [19/03/2015]

Extending opening hours in general practice won’t improve access for patients in most need. [BMJ] [Online] Available: Full Text [19/03/2015]

READ, C. Take these simple steps to ease A&E pressures in the short term | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/20/2015]

DREW, J. Closing the emergency care gap takes accountability and knowing what works | Hospital Transformation | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online].

Available: Full Text [3/20/2015]

ILLMAN, J.  Dunn: FT structure can be used to create new care models | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/24/2015]

 

Surgical Reconfiguration

Nothing to report

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP]

YOUNG, T. Clocking on at the NHS factory: Lessons from industry | Resource centre | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/6/2015]

WALSALL CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP. Pharmacist-led repeat prescription management: ensuring appropriate prescribing and reducing wastage | QP Case Study | Savings and productivity | NICE [Homepage of NICE], [Online]. Available:     Full Text [3/11/2015]

Ensuring appropriate use of monitored dosage systems: reducing unnecessary pharmacy workload [Homepage of Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust], [Online]. Available: Full Text [March, 2015]

BIBBY, J. Unleashing the caring potential of families: taking an innovation from India to the US - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/16/2015]

ZHOU, L. Spreading innovation in the NHS – a view from the US - Health Foundation [Homepage of Health Foundation], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/18/2015]

Trust devises pioneering training app for psychiatrists | HSJ Local | Health Service Journal [Homepage of Health Service Journal], [Online]. Available: Full Text [3/19/2015]

 

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