15th May . 2015 - Conference. Cardiovascular Update. Dr D Muir & Dr JP Bourke. Top 3 achievements . to . celebrate and share. Something fundamental. : . Stakeholder engagement & strong sub-group structure. ID: 595277
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Northern England Strategic Clinical Network15th May 2015 - Conference
Cardiovascular UpdateDr D Muir & Dr JP BourkeSlide2
Top 3 achievements to celebrate and share
Something fundamental: Stakeholder engagement & strong sub-group structureHelping deliver the National Priorities for HealthSomething winning national acclaim:Familial hyperlipidaemia service Commissioning by Evaluation (LAA-occlusion; PFO-closure) Something things highly practical: NOAC – patient alert cardHelp & advice for specialist commissioners Care pathway for heart failure & defibrillator servicesSlide3
Top 3 priorities Looking ahead (2015-17)
Focus on themes common to stroke, renal & DM Continue to foster clinical relations across 10, 20 & specialist care providersEnsure that quality of care is not compromised over time by an inappropriate focus on financial rectitude.
Stop ‘working in silos’ to facilitate greater effectivenessResist adverse consequences of ‘health-care market’ mentality, eroding patient care over timeHighlight any clinically inappropriate consequences of financial constraintsSlide4
What we need & what we fear
Needed to achieve top 3 priorities
Clear vision by clinical network leads & effective clinical team-working within the specialtyClinicians to remain ‘patient-focused’ at all stages of care-planning & deliveryManpower / recruitment & other essential resources
What might stop this happening
Low morale & lack of stake-holder engagement, combined with competing time pressuresBreak-up of traditional work-ethos / fragmentation of care delivery arrangements …. ‘the devil take the hindmost’Insolvency / NHS no longer viewed as a good career
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