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  1. FAMILY FRIENDLY FRAMEWORK Introducing theFamily Friendly Framework A whole systems approach to improve commissioning services for children and families

  2. Structure • Considers the current context of services for children and families • Proposes a structure for the family friendly framework – partnership and pathways • Considers its application to the commissioning process • Outlines the benefits of this approach and • Discusses the implications for commissioners, providers and regulators

  3. 2009 2012 NHS Commissioning Board + Offices Clinical Commissioning Groups Commissioning Group Consortia Local Authorities Public Health Academies of schools Personal budgets Primary care trusts Local Authority National Specialist Commissioning Pathways and partnerships

  4. Pathways Outcomes Effectiveness Efficiency Equity Needs Child Family Community Prevention Recognition Assessment Interventions

  5. Partnerships participation prevention provision health equity sustainable Values Purpose measures feedback improvement quantitative qualitative econometric Evidence Learning

  6. Short-term condition Surgical Condition Medical Promotion Screening Child Psychiatric Needs Family Social Outcomes Protection Concern Community Educational Behavioural

  7. Commissioning arrangements Prevention Recognition Assessment Interventions Outcomes Needs

  8. Long-term condition pathway Initial pathway Transition pathway Review pathway Needs Child Family Community Outcomes Effectiveness Efficiency Equity

  9. Initial pathway Transition pathway Review pathway Needs Child Family Community Outcomes Effectiveness Efficiency Equity

  10. Health harming lifestyles Health promoting lifestyles Health harming lifestyles Health promoting lifestyles Lifestyle interventions Lifestyle interventions Outcomes Outcomes Needs Needs Services Services Health harming determinants Health harming determinants Health promoting determinants Health promoting determinants Community interventions Community interventions Society Society Public health alignment

  11. Key messages • Family focus • Pathway based • Evidenced based, competent teams • Networked, allocation and improvement • Partnership between commissioners • Measures with meaning that motivate

  12. Commissioner benefits • Bringing multiple commissioners together – a better use of collective capacity. • Less duplication or omission and therefore better value for money across the network. • Integrated learning and improvement.