Jane Bradshaw RGN QN Lead Nurse Specialist in Neurology Steering Group Member P-CNS Delivering a CQUIN Project How to Make it Work PROVIDING NEUROLOGY SERVICES IN PRIMARY CARE CQUIN Commissioning for Quality and Innovation - National Framework set up in 2009 Develop areas for Quality Improvement Payment by Results on Agreed Indicators Encourage New Innovative Services Use New Technology Sound Financial management Home Work • What do you want to achieve? Long and Short Term Goals Any Quick Wins • How long will it take? Can it be started now or is there a set up time • Who needs to be involved? GP’s, Community Staff, Acute Trust ? Partnerships? • Do we need more staff? – Are the Agreed Indicators Achievable with current Staff ? ASK • • • • • • Can WE really deliver this ? – Are the Indicators reflective of the goals Do WE have the knowledge and resources ? – Do we need more learning first What do the patients need/Want? – Ask them if you don’t know – Patients Voice Very Important Why are we doing this ? – Who or what are the Drivers ? What is the true cost ? – Is the Financial Impact realistic and sustainable Can we meet the targets on time ? – If not then NO PAYMENT Value • To the Patients What are you giving them that they didn’t have or need? Better Outcomes • To the Organisation ( i.e. NHS Trust) Adding Value to the Service • To the CCG Giving them Good Value for Money • Wider community Raises profile and confidence in the Health Service they get • To the Providers (Those delivering the Service) – Sense of achievement – Better understanding of the Commissioning Process Success • Realistic Don’t over commit to things you know you cant achieve • Measurable Collectable Data, Case Studies, Patient Feedback • Transparent Clear project Plan based on the Indicators Be Methodical and document everything you do • Honest If you cant achieve Say so • Partnership Work Together not in silos THANK YOU ANY QUESTIONS?
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