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Community assets and mobilising: care in the community
Paul Sinden Director of Commissioning
1 October 2013Slide2
Urgent Care OutpatientsAdmissions
Urgent Care CentreA&ETariff£25£54£72-£104
Hospital costs and moving care into the community:Slide4
How will you know if you have succeeded?What process or outcome measures will be used? When, and who, will assess impact?
The whole pathwayTotal costsQuality & ExperienceHealth outcomesProcess
CollaborationPatients and carers: co-productionAcademic insightFrontline staff experience
Linked datasets Matched case-controlClearly defined intentionsQualitative & quantitativePMO Approach
What commissioners look for in a proposal:Slide5
How can you support people to stay out of hospital and be looked after in the community? How can you help support lifestyle change in the local community?What skills do you have to support this type of work?Where do you think you need to develop your skills within your organisations and what support do you need to do this?