Rob Webster CEO for South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust & CEO Lead for West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership
Priority areas for improving outcomes • Cancer • Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism • Children and young people • Carers • Maternity • System change and integration • Primary and Community Care • Urgent and Emergency Care • Improving planned care and reducing variation • Hospitals working together • Improving Population Health • Prevention • Health inequalities • Wider determinants of health and wellbeing • Personalised Care Proposed Future Model - West Yorkshire and Harrogate Priorities Enablers • Harnessing the power of communities • Workforce • Digital • Capital and estates • Leadership and OD • Population health management capability. • Finance • Innovation and Improvement • Commissioning
Digital & Interoperability Y&H region one of the fastest growing innovative digital technology sectors in the UK, employing 102,000 people, generating £6.6bn for the local economy Opportunity for Best Place for HealthTech Supports ICS priority programmes to progress digital initiatives Technology at the heart of transforming the way people receive, use services Supports services and organisations to connect with each other = improved joined up working Our approach is based on the ‘anytime, anywhere, any place’ philosophy.
Our Partnership is all about… Sharing good practice solutions i.e. telehealth, workforce Working with marketplace for solutions Investigating how outputs of technology can be integrated with existing systems Procuring and purchasing shared services Improving the health and care of people across the area efficiently.
Work programmes Yorkshire & Humber Digital Charter Local Health Care Record Exemplar (LCHRE). Care Home Capacity Tracker Community optometry electronic referrals Digital pathfinder Govroam/health and social care network GP online consultation Joint laboratory information system National pathology exchange Scan4Safety Yorkshire imaging collaborative
Y&H Progress Digital Health and Wellbeing Charter for Yorkshire & Humber Set of principles to be agreed – following co-production workshops
YHCR Progress 9 HCV GP practices have joined - 40 GP practices planned for June 2019. Systems of Systems region integration hub built Wave 1 Systems of System completing testing, sharing patient data Wave 2 organisations being planned Population health solution is currently being procured and contract planned to be singed in June 2019 First phase of Joined-up Yorkshire & Humber public engagement completed The YHCR Cancer identifying benefits Helm patient held record `is being rolled out to the first 300 patients.
Care Home Capacity Tracker The Home Care Capacity Tracker allows care homes to upload details of available beds Helps to minimise delayed transfers Reduction of administration time required to locate available beds = reducing length of stays in hospital Discharge teams - make more informed choices when finding and selecting a care home.
Community Optometrists will be able to electronically refer patients for acute care, utilising secure NHS connectivity. Training is being provided by NHS Digital
Digital pathfinder Finding a button to open a door, can be harder than finding the door handle itself Signing in on a computer can cause more challenges than talking to a receptionist Focussing on people who are deaf, hard of hearing Increasing digital inclusion Utilise digital champions Co-design the smallest of things.
GP Online Consultation All GPs offer online consultations by April 2020 Secure online access to receive condition/symptom-specific advice, treatment, self-help guidance, submit admin requests Aims: • Deliver high quality care, enabling people to seamlessly navigate the service by ensuring people receive support based on clinical need • Signpostto appropriate services • Eliminatesphone / in clinic queues • Improves clinical efficiency = reduces clinician workload • Video consultations offered by 2021 • A single team implementing on behalf of the whole ICS to ensure consistency – better for everyone no matter where they live.
Joint Laboratory Information Management System A single LIMS across all 6 acute Trusts Hub and acute hospital modelof delivery Standardisation of investigations, reporting processes Enabling a view of patient reports across region Integrationto centrally capture “point of care” patient reports Consolidation of pathology services for specialist investigations.
National Pathology Exchange Implemented in all6 acute Trusts Eliminate expensive, unsafe paper-based lab to lab processes Improve data consistency = virtually eliminate transcription errors Reducethe process delay in the handling of paperwork, the batching of work for data entry at requesting and receiving laboratories Reduce amount of clinical, management time spent dealing with errors, ad hoc enquiries.
Scan4Safety Funding to implement in all 6 acute Trusts Provides NHS Trusts with tools to identify what care is administered to who, when, and by whom Releasing time to patient care Reducinginventory levels Increasing operational efficiency Potential to view inventory levels across the region.
Yorkshire Imaging Collaborative Provide joined up radiology service responsive to patient needs Serve 28 hospitals across 9 trusts, reaching 3 million people Programme of two parts; technology and transformation Technologyprogramme will deliver a common imaging platform across all services, currently being implemented Transformationprogramme will enable connectivity of all the YIC trusts, to allow for image, workflow sharing These will deliver on-demand availability of patient images, reports; reducing variation and standardising pathways.
Further information Visit www.wyhpartnership.co.uk Weekly blog www.wyhpartnership.co.uk/blog ‘Our Next Steps’ www.wyhpartnership.co.uk/next-steps Ourneighbours.org.uk Follow: @WYHPpartnership @NHS_RobW @WYHDigital