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  • Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Clinical Commissioning Groups are groups led by GPs that will, from April 2013, be responsible for designing local health services In England. They will do this be commissioning or buying health and care services including: Elective hospital care Rehabilitation care Urgent and emergency care Most community health services Mental health and learning disability services What is a Clinical Commissioning Group? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Population Size Erewash96,985 Hardwick Health96,284 North Derbyshire 228,108 Southern Derbyshire524,747 What Clinical Commissioning Groups are there in Derbyshire? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • What area do we cover? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Patient flow in to Derby Hospital Less financial risk in large CCGs Lower management overheads Why has Southern Derbyshire come together? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Four localities:Population Size Derby Advanced Commissioning - 168,691 Derby Commissioning Network - 145,378 Amber Valley and South Dales - 160,677 South Derbyshire - 50,001 How is SDCCG organised? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Application June September 2012 Statutory organisation April 2013 Criteria: Clinical focus and added value Engagement with patients and communities Clear and credible plan Capacity and capability Collaborative arrangements Leadership capacity and capability When and how will SDCCG be authorised? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Who will it be accountable to? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • To continuously improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Southern Derbyshire, using all resources as fairly as possible. We will do this by: providing local clinical leadership to the NHS, and working with everybody who can contribute to our aims; being open and accountable to our patients and communities; ensuring they are at the heart of everything we do; understanding our population and addressing inequalities so that services are in place to meet needs planning services that best meet those needs now and in the future aiming to secure the best quality, best value health and social care services we can afford using our resources fairly and effectively. What is our mission? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • Governing Body Dr Sheila NewportChair Andy LayzellChief Operating Officer Dr Buk DhaddaGP Southern Derbyshire Dr Ian LawrenceGP Amber Valley Dr Callum McLeanGP Derby Advanced Commissioning Dr Paul WoodGP Derby Commissioning Network Phil CowleyChief Finance Officer Lynn WoodsChief Nursing Officer Cath RoffLocal Authority Representative Derby City Council Bill RobertsonLocal Authority Representative Derbyshire County Council Dr Andy MottHealth & Wellbeing Board GP Representative Derbyshire County Council VACANTHealth & Wellbeing Board GP Representative Derby City Council Kevin OrfordLay Member Audit and Governance Suzanne McKeownLay Member Public & Patient Involvement Dr Ian GellSecondary Care Clinician Shokat LalLay Representative
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  • Engagement Framework demonstrates commitment to engagement as an integral part of our values and culture Board PPI lead in place SDCCG developing own lay membership which will meet quarterly. Current membership over 400. April session will focus on seeking feedback on commissioning priorities Stakeholder directory in place identifying all SDCCG key stakeholders Engaging with seldom heard communities in development starting with sharing commissioning priorities and seeking feedback from key communities across the city 90% practices have an active PPG in place, and each locality has already held network events, or has plans to create locality networks How are patients and the public involved? Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group
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  • My GP Practice Important to me and my partner/family Important to others Important to the local community How do I want to be involved?
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  • Joining a patient group can help you discuss issues and ideas and work with your Practice to make services better It is important that your GP Practice has a group of patients it can work with to improve services and share good practice With GPs having more involvement in buying services they need patients to work with them to tell them what is important. What is working well and what can be improved? So, why do we need to get involved and how can we do this?
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  • A Patient Group is Patients working with the practice to: Help themselves and other patients to take more responsibility for their health Provide practical support for the practice Contribute to the continuous improvement of services Varied to suit local needs The activities of each group are determined by the needs of the community and in consultation with practice staff. So, what is a Patient Group?
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  • Based on co-operation It works by building a relationship between the practice staff and patients that breaks down barriers to communication It enables the sharing of information It can provide opportunities for the group to have input into projects Aware and sensitive It is confidential when needed It communicates widely throughout the local community A Patient Group is..
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  • A Forum for complaints By providing a channel for communication, a Patient Group can reduce the risk of complaints. Many groups agree to forward concerns to the Practice Manager or the PCT PALS team. Implementation of a pre-determined agenda (the governments or anyone elses) The independence of the Patient Group is a major strength. They are informally accountable to all the patients in the practice and should therefore take a balanced view of needs. A Patient Group is not..
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  • A time consuming activity for GP Practices Most Patient Groups are self-organising. Many groups undertake activities that help the GP practice staff. New Patient Participation Groups have been around for quite a while with the first one being formed in 1972. A Patient Group is not..
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  • Patient groups are all about patients registered with a practice working together. But what happens if you think an issue affects more than just your Practice or maybe you just want to see what other Patient Groups are doing? Why not ask if you can go and meet another PPG? Look out Networking events! What about other Patient Groups?
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  • If you have any questions or want to be involved more: Questions Claire Haynes Engagement Manager Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group 1st Floor North Point Cardinal Square 10 Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT Tel: 01332 868677 E-mail: [email protected]