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Below you can find information on engagement work around specific services you can get involved with.
Our Health and Care ... Our FUTURE
We would like to invite you to a discussion on the future for health and care services, and to help us prioritise changes and improvements that need to be made to ensure our populations continue to have the best possible care.
Now that the NHS Long Term Plan has been published, now is the right time for us to talk with our communities about what the areas are that we need to focus on to ensure services remain sustainable and right for patients.
These discussions will build on what we have already heard through our Big Health and Care Conversation across the area, and help us think about how we use the available money for health and care in the best possible way: “We can do anything, but not everything”.
Our discussions will be focused on the FUTURE of health and care:
Facing up to our challenges
Unwarranted variation – ensuring this does not happen
Resources and how we use them most effectively
Equality of access and care for our diverse population
Click here to download the summary report of our findings so far.
We have a number of opportunities to join our discussions in person listed on the Events page, and we will also be producing an online survey, in order to hear from as many people as we can.
To find out more, please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Download Population Health Check events calendar.pdf
- Download OUR POPULATION HEALTH CHECK SUMMARY.pdf
- Download OUR POPULATION HEALTH CHECK.pdf
- Download Our Future Narrative.pdf
- Download STP FUTURE Summary booklet V3.pdf
- Watch our new Our Health and Care ... Our FUTURE video here
Over the period February – April 2019, twelve public events were held across Sussex and East Surrey to hear and listen to the views of patients, the public, staff and stakeholders on the NHS Long Term Plan. Whilst the events were organised by the SES Engagement Team, they were also attended by Local Authority colleagues, and providers including GPs and members of NHS Trusts.
We also attended a number of local events to engage and communicate with the local population on the priorities and ambitions for the years ahead. In addition, an online survey provided opportunities to gather wider views and feedback. A summary of the engagement we have undertaken so far can be downloaded here.
The NHS Long Term Plan
The NHS Long Term Plan sets out the priorities and ambitions for the years ahead to make sure the NHS continues to provide high quality care across the country:
- The NHS Long Term Plan
- The NHS Long Term Plan - a summary
- The NHS Long Term Plan - Easy Read
- The NHS Long Term Plan - an audio recording
We have been asking people we engage with to give us their views on priorities for health care, based on the key areas outlined in the NHS Long Term Plan:
- Supporting people with long term conditions
- Community and out of hospital care- integrated teams
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Maternity and children’s services
- GP (primary) care
- Improving emergency care
- Digital solutions
The outcomes of this exercise so far are outlined below; note that this is indicative only, and will not be used in isolation to prioritise NHS funding or service delivery.
Please rank what you think we should prioritise via our Prioritisation Survey https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VRHCL3K
ReSPECT process Discussion Group
ReSPECT is a process that creates personalised recommendations for clinical care in emergency situations in which patients are not able to decide for themselves or communicate their wishes.
The CCG is looking to recruit members of the public to participate in a ‘Discussion Group’ event. i.e. a balanced group to meet and consider (and advise us about) how best the CCGs should communicate and engage with the wider public / interested parties about ReSPECT implementation.