What have we achieved so far?

 Our Places

  • organisations in our 9 places are working together to develop plans for integrated care for the communities

  • £3.9m from a Transformation Fund has been allocated to places to deliver transformational change to how services are delivered 

Delivering care more efficiently

  • we are on track for actual and planned performance achieved as set out in the Financial Plan.
  • “CEP-Lite” developed to support places to achieve financial sustainability

Improving the quality of care

  • Mental Health – we are committed to delivering the Mental Health Forward View including the investment standard

  • Cancer - we are achieving the 62 day waits standard; Cancer Alliance accredited with “trailblazer” status to accelerate transformation of cancer services. As part of our £9m National Cancer Transformation fund programme, we are focusing on delivering the National Cancer Strategy

  • Primary Care – developing model of care for adoption in 2018; extended access (8 till 8) by October across all Cheshire and Merseyside

  • Urgent & Emergency - developing a Cheshire and Merseyside approach to Winter Planning in time for 2019

  • Learning Disabilities - reduced hospital admissions across Cheshire and Merseyside

  • Maternity - first in the country to launch personal maternity care budgets (PMCBs), piloted in Liverpool and then across Cheshire and Merseyside. The first of its kind nationally, we have opened a ‘pop up’ birthing centre, based at Seacombe Children’s Centre in Wirral.

Improving the health of the population

  • We are implementing Make Every Contact Count to deliver the Prevention priorities of reduction in high blood pressure and reduction in harm from alcohol. 
  • We have agreed a C&M population health framework and ‘how to’ guide

  • Created award winning ‘Beat the Scrum’ campaign

  • We are the North Region lead STP for the for PHE CVD Prevention programme and have 8 clinical ‘case for change’ pathways developed across C&M

  • We have been shortlisted in the first stages of the Diabetes Digital Test Beds application process. 

  • The Diabetes Network is collaborating with digital and other partners in the next stages of the bid process to secure funding for improving diabetes control in Type 2 diabetes patients (and reversal, where possible).

     

 

 

 

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