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Primary care indemnity guide

7th December 2016

Indemnity presents issues that are preventing staff from working across organisational boundaries. It is another challenge highlighted as preventing employees from working across organisational boundaries within new models of primary care.  This guide was delivered in partnership with NHS England and the Department of Health, and included engagement with all the Medical Defence Organisations (MDO’s), NHS England, […]

New care models and the workforce implications

7th December 2016

New models of care, new pathways and the establishment of new workforce roles create a series of challenges with staff working across organisational boundaries. These support packs are designed to assist with the development of new care models and to ensure the workforce implications of each of the new care models are fully considered.

Workforce modelling and building a model

7th December 2016

Our workforce modelling team partnered with Health Education England (HEE) and London’s five sustainability and transformation planning (STP) areas, including CCGs, providers and local authorities, to consider the additional pressure a growing and ageing population would place on London’s future workforce.  Using a system dynamics modelling tool, we supported STPs to baseline the current primary care workforce, […]

Value, quality and productivity

6th November 2016

Delivering improved value, quality and productivity through the workforce The NHS in London is facing a £4.76 billion affordability gap by 2020/21. Delivering the right care in the right setting, improved productivity in existing services, and establishing new ways of delivering care are all recognised as areas of opportunity for the workforce to deliver improvement […]

Care in the right place

6th November 2016

Ensuring care is delivered in the right place with the particular focus on primary healthcare and community services Transformed health and social care services of the future will deliver the right care for patients, in the right place and at the right time. To achieve this transformation across all care settings, the workforce in each […]

Strengthening health systems

6th November 2016

Service commissioners and providers are increasingly urged to work together to deliver more integrated care for their local populations, for example through accountable care organisations. To balance national and local priorities, alongside the transformational journey being undertaken to deliver new models of care, there is a need to build and strengthen the capability and capacity […]

Agility to respond to change

6th November 2016

A constant feature of the health and social care system is that it is always undergoing significant change. There is no reason why this will not continue into the future. There will be a need for greater agility in the current and future workforce to respond to, and manage, repeated change. Creating a workforce which […]

Developing leaders and managers

6th November 2016

To manage the increased scale and pace of change in such a complex and interdependent operational environment, there is a need to further identify, encourage and develop clinical and non-clinical leaders and managers. This will ensure the scale of transformation is achieved and delivered efficiently and effectively. NHS Leadership Academy The NHS Leadership Academy works with […]

Versatility to adapt

6th November 2016

Increasingly complex patient care needs require greater versatility in the workforce. The ability to adapt to provide care in different settings, at different times and in different organisational and team structures is becoming even more essential for individuals and multidisciplinary teams. The balance of generalist and specialist skills across the current health and social care workforce […]