On the move…
The national DH QIPP workstreams will end March 2013. However, improving Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention remains a key goal inherited by the new NHS commissioning architecture and the principles of Right Care remain relevant to delivering QIPP for CCGs in the future.
From April 2013, Right Care will transition the four main modules below to new host sponsors as summarised here… Read more…
The Right Care @lert
This report provides evidence that patient information can improve outcomes, reduce costs and provide a better care experience
Tuesday June 18th, 2013
Royal College of Physicians have launched this online resource for those commissioning secondary care services in England
Monday June 17th, 2013
NHS England announces new roadmap: ‘Towards commissioning excellence: a strategy for commissioning support services’
Monday June 17th, 2013
Tools & Resources
|The primary objective for the QIPP Right Care programme is to maximise value:
To achieve this, Right Care is promoting is the concept of the population based Accountable Integrated Care System (AICS). Read more…
One of the ways that Right Care is enabling sharing of best practice is through compiling local examples of commissioning innovations which demonstrate the philosophy behind Right Care or showcases the tools available through the programme.
We will publish these though a series of “Right Care Casebooks”. Read more…
Do you know how much you spend on your population for diabetes care and the health outcomes you get for that spend?
The Right Care CCG SPOT tool is a quadrant anlaysis tool that graphically illustrates where you stand, compared to similar CCG populations, on the health outcomes you are achieving for your health spend – as opposed to simple “activity” or “spend” analyses. Clinical Commissioners can use the CCG SPOT tool, together with other tools, to identify priority programmes for improvement or innovation programmes.
This tool builds on the previous work on Programme Budgeting and and Spend and Outcomes initiatied by the Department of Health and implemented by YHPHO which produced data based on PCT level populations and extends that to CCG level populations. Read more…
Decision-making processes around the commissioning criteria and thresholds for surgical procedures have long been the subject of debate. This has regularly involved public expressions of concern by clinicians, manifested in negative media coverage about risk to patients, ‘cost-cutting’ and ‘rationing’ Read more…
“Essential Reading” is a series of reading lists on specific themes relevant to our Right Care programme themes. We hope they provide you with a rapid introduction to the subject and access to knowledge which will change your thinking. The latest reading list is on Integrated care - see below. Read more…
Using Programme Budgeting, Outcomes and Business Process Engineering
This briefing describes how Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) may achieve financial sustainability by adopting an approach that follows the principles endorsed by the Right Care programme.
The programme is aimed at clinicians and commissioners but its approach is equally valid for healthcare providers, local authorities and health and wellbeing boards. Read more…
|Right Care has produced a bespoke ‘Heath Investment Pack’ (HIP) for each PCT in England. The HIPs use the outputs from analysis tools already available to PCTs to analyse variation in spend, outcomes and activity growth for one particular programme budget category for that PCT. Read more…|
The QIPP Right Care Workstream has a focus on: Population Planning and Programme Budgeting; reducing unwarranted variation and; Population medicine – the clinician focussed on all the patients, not just those referred. The Right Care public Health Colloquia are about designing a healthcare public health service able to support commissioners in acheiving these objectives.
Annual Population Value Reviews (APVR) – to help commissioners reflect on their priorities and maximize value for patients, populations and commissioners from health investment by improving the allocation of resources to maximise outcomes – so-called “allocative efficiency”. Read more…
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