Surrey Heartlands system wide efficiency workshop
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Surrey Heartlands Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) is at the forefront of developing what excellent looks like in realising value and efficiency opportunities and what can be achieved with strong local leadership and increased freedoms and flexibilities. Developing learning together at local and national level is critical to being able to create the path for others to follow.
To support STPs, such as Surrey Heartlands, a national "System Wide Efficiency Workstream" has been established. The system wide efficiency work aims to: draw together ALL the national offers in the value/efficiency space, make them more accessible to Accountable Care Systems (ACS) and Devolution (Devo) footprints and tailor new ways of working to streamline both content and the time taken to engage. NHS Improvement and NHS RightCare (for NHS England) are responsible for pulling together the offer within each organisation.
Surrey Heartlands has been given the opportunity to trial this new approach as part of the Devo arrangement.
To initiate this work a “Surrey Heartlands System Wide Efficiencies workshop” will take place on 1 Feb. The day will have 2 parts:
This session will consist of a series of briefings about the national and local context and programme of work such as Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) and NHS RightCare, interspersed with table discussions and reflections on the information which has been presented. Speakers will include Paul Baumann CBE, National Director of Finance for NHS England, and Professor Sir Muir Gray.
This session will see delegates working in small groups to discuss and debate what the opportunities are over the next one to three years for Surrey Heartlands to increase efficiency whilst at the same time improving outcomes and delivering best value for our population. It will conclude with a keynote speech from Professor Sir Muir Gray
By the end of the workshop, it is anticipated that there will be a prioritised list of opportunities and areas for further development which will then be taken forward by system partners in 2018/19 and beyond. The outputs from the workshop will also inform and shape the refreshed Surrey Heartlands Plan which will be completed by the end of February.
If we are to maximise the opportunity this workshop offers us, it is important that there is representation from across teams and specialities that contribute to pathways of care, so please do attend if you can.
The number of attendees is limited so if you cannot attend please let Karen Rodgers, firstname.lastname@example.org, know as soon as possible together with the details of anyone you would like to deputise for you.