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World Stop Pressure Ulcers Day Fiona Thow 20 November 2014 Network Responding to Francis and Berwick The most important single change in the NHS in response to this report would be for it to become more than ever before a system devoted to continual learning and improvement of pa ID: 752753

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The Patient Safety Collaborative Programme 2014-2019

World Stop Pressure Ulcers Day

Fiona Thow

20

November

2014

NetworkSlide2

Responding to Francis and Berwick

The

most important single change in the NHS in response to this report would be for it to become, more than ever before, a system devoted to continual learning and improvement of patient care, top to bottom and end to end.” Berwick Report, August 2013 Slide3

For NHS staff and clinicians:

Participate actively in the improvement of systems of

careAcquire the skills to do so

Speak up when things go wrongInvolve patients as active partners and co-producers in their own careSlide4

Patients as leaders and true partners

Co- producing the safety programmeSlide5

“Following Don Berwick’s recommendation, NHS England will establish a new Patient Safety Collaborative Programme across England to spread best practice, build skills and capabilities in patient safety and improvement science,

and to focus on actions that can make the biggest difference to patients in every

part of the country. They will be supported to systematically tackle the leading causes of harm to patients. The programme will start in April 2014.” The government’s response to Francis, November 2013

Responding to Francis and BerwickSlide6

AHSN

footprint

2-5m population

Locally owned and run

Majority of funding devolved to support local improvement programme activity

National support for;

change packages/ interventions;

knowledge sharing;

consistent measurement;

networks/communities.

Patient safety

collaboratives

#

saferNHSSlide7

A Different kind of Collaborative

Locally driven and led

Designed in partnershipProvide support, co-ordination & rapid spread and adoption

Developing capacity & capability for QI & SafetySlide8

Framework for Operational Excellence

©Alan Frankel and IHI 2013

A system devoted to continual learning and improvementSlide9

Using the principles of the Safety Framework

Patients, families and carers involved in agreeing and designing priorities

Focusing on creating the right cultureCreating a system that continues to learn

Using appropriate quality and safety improvement methodologyMeasurement & Leadership are key !Slide10

Progress to date

NHS England Public Board signalled support for the programme

Design Day held for 120 experts on 15

January 2014NHS England funding allocation process finalisedGovernance structures and processes agreed with AHSNsCollaborative Programme Board established

Patient Safety Leads group convened

1:1 meetings with AHSN’s

Baseline data packs in development

Establishing links to other initiatives

National Launch Day - 14

th

October

Operational model & initial “cluster groups” agreedSlide11

Collaborative priorities - proposalsSlide12

The ‘operational model’Slide13

Cluster groups

Primary focus: leadership, measurement and quality improvement and safety capability

Medicines Optimisation, AKI, Mental Health, Pressure Ulcers, deterioration of the patient (Incl. sepsis)

Group focus on topic specific improvementBringing expertise together with practical applicationPeer support and problem solvingAccelerate and share learning across the NHSSlide14

Pressure Ulcers

5 AHSNs have identified it as a priority area

Interest in working in care homes, community and supporting people in their own homesDeveloping skills and training resources for care homes

Linking it to work on hydration, falls and AKIPlans are still being developed – cluster group input, master classes, sharing good practice, resourcesSlide15

Key principles

Build on existing good work

Establish ‘how’ to implement current evidenceTest and refine new ways of working – where evidence may be lackingInfluence levers and drivers in the system to support safer careAlign initiatives – making safety everyone’s businessStaff and patients – tools, skills and support

Aim for large scale and transformational changeShare learning across the NHSSlide16

NHS

IQ

Role – what we have heardA small national supporting / coordinating function

Build on pockets of excellence and communities of interestDeveloping joint approaches with partners to:Measurement - expert group, baseline metric development and national aggregationLeadership & Culture - expert group

Capability building programme - workshopsProgramme evaluation & ROI

Partner with patients and carers

Provide QI and programme support materials and guidance

Co-produce - avoid duplication and share best practice and resources

Do

only what

adds value nationally

- help align work, connect and join up the dotsSlide17

#saferNHS

Fiona.thow

@nhsiq.nhs.ukwww.nhsiq.nhs.uk

Improving health outcomes across England by providing improvement and change expertise.