A County Wide Transformational Programme in the North of England – A Health and Social Care response to the Five Year Forward Viewhypedmarketing2019-03-07T15:53:00+00:00
Attain were commissioned to provide a whole systems response to the Five Year Forward View to facilitate and co-ordinate new models of care at pace and scale.
Utilising social movement and campaigning methodology working across acute and specialist providers, commissioners, local authorities and the third sector.
A programme to significantly improve health and social care outcomes across a county and shift the way in which services are delivered.
Co-designed programme with the system leaders and engagement of public, patients and staff.
What we did
Our support included;
Created a programme with a clear vision and mission to lead unprecedented collaboration between people, and organisations to define a new and better future for health and social care. Removing organisational and professional boundaries.
Health and social care data capture across a county including estate, workforce, finance and activity to achieve a consensus of the programme priorities and clarity between local health economy transformation and system wide transformation.
Made maximum use of new technology and connecting partners, available funding and focus. Addressing and improving interoperability of systems across different organisations.
Utilised a clear evidence base, nationally adopted methodology and learning form UK and wider system transformational programmes.
Robust programme management, governance, assurance and programme design able to mobilise and sustain collaboration and commitment across the system.
Our results included;
Alignment of system plans at a county level.
Financial model identifying the financial gap and economic case for change.
Engagement and understanding of key stakeholders views.
Improving interoperability of systems across different organisations.
Supportive organisational development to assist people in coming together to agree and deliver a system approach to future models of care.
A long term strategic project with anticipated incremental outcomes