QTP Redesign Community of Change - Working with non health organisations

25 June 2024 2:00pm – 4:00pmBST (+01:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams)

The Quality Transformation Programme’s (QTP’s) aim is to support cultural change and a new bold, radical, reimagined model of care for the future across all NHS-funded mental health, learning disability and autism inpatient settings.  

Central to this is the acceleration of new models of care that enable systems to harness the potential of people and communities, within a citizenship model that promotes inclusion and respects their human rights. A Commissioning Framework for Mental Health Inpatient Services has recently been published providing guidance for those responsible for the commissioning of mental health inpatient services and within this, advance the system-wide requirement to ensure that services are local, inclusive and deliver safe, personalised and therapeutic care. 

The commissioning framework and the associated detailed guidance for specific service types, support systems to develop local plans for change, so that inpatient provision better fits the needs of the population, makes more effective use of the funds available, and protects and improves the lives of citizens in the locality.

Engagement with stakeholders has indicated that the opportunity to network, discuss progress and share good practice examples would be valuable alongside a series of focussed events over the next year. The core aim of this would be to support systems to develop their plans to localise and realign inpatient provision in line with the principles contained with the commissioning framework.

In response the QTP (Redesign) Team has created a Redesign Community of Change (RCC) with the purpose of bringing together relevant stakeholders to share information, to develop knowledge, and to support change locally and regionally.

The majority of the planned events will be online, with some face to face later in the year.

The programme over the year will look at the following themes, with dates to be confirmed in due course:

  • Co-designing local planning and decision making with people with lived experience  16 May
  • Engaging non health organisations  -25 June 
  • Specific service line issues (OOA, data)  September, date TBC
  • Inequalities  Date TBC
  • Outcome measures Date TBC
  • Whole pathway working  Date TBC

The aim of the event is to explore how partnership working can increase cross organisational relationships and support creativity and collaboration.

The target audience for this event is Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism Commissioners working across health and social care, VCSE partners and those supporting the development of ICB 3 year plans.


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