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Integration Workshop

Integration Workshop. David Strathearn CCPS Workforce Associate Alison Upton SSSC Manager Integration Development. Covering today. Putting Integration into context Help shape SSSC and CCPS thinking on voluntary sector workforce development issues Draft Work Plan

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Integration Workshop

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  1. Integration Workshop David Strathearn CCPS Workforce Associate Alison Upton SSSC Manager Integration Development

  2. Covering today • Putting Integration into context • Help shape SSSC and CCPS thinking on voluntary sector workforce development issues • Draft Work Plan • Your vision for an Integrated Workforce

  3. Integration of Health and Social Care: Implications for Workforce Development

  4. Messages from Christie Report The workforce must be able to provide effective services and support that are designed with and for people and communities and not delivered top down for administrative convenience

  5. Form follows Function

  6. Views of people who use services • IRISS: Service Users and Carers are not concerned with the Integration of Health and Social Care as such • National Voices: People want co-ordination, not necessarily integration • SCIE: Outcomes as defined by people who use services may differ from policy and practice imperatives and are a crucial aspect of understanding the effectiveness of integrated services

  7. Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Bill Introduced to Parliament on May 28, 2013 The aims of the Bill are focussed on; • Improving outcomes for people by providing consistency in the quality of services, • Ensuring people are not unnecessarily delayed in hospital and • Maintaining independence by creating servicesthat allow people to stay safely at home for longer

  8. Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Bill Introduced to Parliament on May 28, 2013 • Nationally agreed outcomes will apply across Health and Social care • Local arrangements will be made to put in place joint accountability to Ministers, Council leaders, NHS Board Chairs and the public for delivery of these outcomes • Partnerships will be required to integrate budgets • Strong clinical and professional leadership, and engagement with the third sector, in joint commissioning of services

  9. Integration Outcomes • Healthier Living • Independent Living • Positive experiences and outcomes • Carers are supported • Services are safe • Engaged Workforce • Effective Resource Use

  10. Working Groups supporting Bill Advisory Group • Integrated Resources Advisory Group (including workstream remits) • Joint Strategic Commissioning - National Steering Group • Human Resources (HR) Working Group • Integration Workforce Development Strategy Group • Governance and Accountability Group • Outcomes Working Group

  11. Engaging the Workforce in Service Development The most important learning happens at the front line where staff and service users interact. The role of management is to value and support front line staff by listening and responding to what they say needs to change. “ ” Seddon (2008)

  12. Challenges / Opportunities • Affirm Social Services values and identity, promoting acollective social responsibility within an Integrated service • Enable respectful, meaningful co-production with people and communities to establish what matters at local level • Develop models of participative leadership, vertical as well as horizontal integration

  13. What does it take to achieve this? • Shared vision - centrality of better outcomes for those who use services and their carers • Mutual willingness to change and compromise • Contribution over attribution • Workforce identity defined by what we are trying to achieve rather than by who we are • Organisational identity defined within wider system

  14. The route to influence

  15. Draft Work Plan • Consult with Voluntary Sector Providers • Feed in findings to Workforce Strategy Group • Produce Sector Position Paper • Survey accessibility of shared learning resources • Input to SSSC-led Shared Induction Programme • Track/influence outcome measurements for ‘an Engaged Workforce’

  16. Questions for discussion • How engaged are you and your workforce with the agenda for Integration of Health and Social Care? • In five years time what would you want the place of the Third sector and its workforce within an Integrated Health and Social Care service to look like? • What three things will need to change / strengthen between now and then to enable this to be achieved?

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