Creating and supporting Primary Care to develop integrated care models and networks across a geography.
Having already supported Care, Education and Treatment Review’s (CETRs) in the south of England, we welcomed the opportunity to review and strengthen this area of the pathway.
Delivering large scale public-facing campaigns to reduce smoking prevalence and highlight the dangers of illegal tobacco across 14 local authorities in the South West.
Development of bespoke appraisal paperwork and guidance accompanied by a programme of training and staff development for GP Practices across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG.
Taking a social marketing approach, SCW was required to deliver an initial benchmark to measure the effectiveness of the South West Behaviour Change contract on a target group of middle-aged and older drinkers.
Using risk stratification to quantify the value of Oxfordshire CCGs case management service.
Working with the Bath and North East Somerset Urgent Care System in the development of a model to improve understanding of the major factors impacting the flow of acute patients into, through and out of hospital.
Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help determine optimum service configurations to deliver the best patient outcomes, reviewing service provisions, travel access times to existing sites (using private vehicles or public transport), and the impact of service reconfiguration based on different scenarios.
A professional, public-facing website up and running in just one month.
Mobilisation of six separate Child Health Information Service's (CHIS) into a single South Central CHIS included migrating data from five legacy IT systems onto one CHIS IT solution.
Securing urgent-care funding to achieve a four-hour A&E target and increase the provision of 9,000 more doctor hours, 6,900 more nurse hours and 6,600 more support hours.