Clinical Strategy & Redesign

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A Strategic Framework for Clinical Redesign

Developing a clinical approach for service redesign for six specialities   The client: Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS). The Challenge Lancashire and South Cumbria have experienced funding constraints and rising demand from a growing and ageing population. This has placed services under pressure, it was clear that without action, gaps in funding would worsen significantly. Our Approach The client had six priority workstreams: stroke, urology, vascular, h...

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Single Service for Oesophago-gastric Cancer

Co-producing and delivering single service for Oesophago-gastric cancer across Greater Manchester The Client: Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership The Challenge Greater Manchester’s outcomes for OG cancer surgery were non-compliant against national standards and there was significant variation in patient outcomes across the surgical sites. There were also inefficient patient pathways due to various routes into diagnosis and treatment. GM had not been able to address these...

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Redesigning Vascular Services

Developing a clinical model to support improvements in patient care The Client: West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts The Challenge In 2017 WYAAT began to create a single vision for the future of vascular services in West Yorkshire. They recognised that how vascular services were provided in West Yorkshire needed to change, not only in response to improvements in this area in other major UK conurbations but also following a review by the Yorkshire and Humber Clinical Senate in Februa...

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3 months ago

Transforming Stroke Services

Developing a case for change and service change proposals for stroke services across Cheshire and Merseyside The client: Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership The Challenge Cheshire and Merseyside were facing significant challenges around workforce. There were variations in access to, and the quality of, rehabilitation services, and levels of activity between stroke services also varied; making some services less sustainable than others. Our Approach We worked in partnersh...

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