Vanguard Sites: Local Exemplars of New Care Models Programme (NHS England / BBC News / Monitor / NHS TDA)

Summary

A series of local pilots have been initiated to explore novel approaches whereby hospitals, GPs, community services and care homes can work together in a more “joined-up” manner to provide better integrated care for patients in England.

The 29 “vanguard” geographies, which have been selected to represent the NHS Five Year Forward View by transforming care, are grouped into three broad categories of care models:

  1. Integrated Primary and Acute Care Systems.
  2. Multispecialty Community Providers.
  3. Enhanced Health in Care Homes.

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Five million patients to benefit from new era of patient care. London: NHS England, March 10th 2015.

This relates to:

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New care models: vanguard sites. London: NHS England, March 2015.

See also:

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5 million patients to benefit from new era of patient care. London: Monitor / NHS England [and] NHS Trust Development Authority, March 10th 2015.

Comment and analysis from the BBC:

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Triggle, N. (2015). Starting gun ‘fired’ on new NHS. London: BBC Health News, March 10th 2015.

See also:

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Pym, H. (2015). NHS revamp – rhetoric into reality? London: BBC Health News, March 10th 2015.

Integrated Primary and Acute Care Systems (PACS)

Integrated Primary and Acute Care Systems (PACS) are about joining-up GP, hospital, community and mental health services. These include:

  1. Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
  2. Mansfield and Ashfield and Newark and Sherwood CCGs.
  3. Yeovil Hospital.
  4. Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust.
  5. Salford Together.
  6. Lancashire North.
  7. Hampshire and Farnham CCG.
  8. Harrogate and Rural District CCG.
  9. Isle of Wight.

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Integrated primary and acute care systems vanguard sites. London: NHS England, March 2015.

The Day Professor Don Berwick Came To Dudley

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Don made us an offer we can’t refuse – Paul Maubach. [Online]: NHS England, June 10th 2016.

Multispecialty Community Providers (MCPs)

Multispecialty Community Providers (MCPs) involve moving specialist care out of hospitals into the community. These include:

  1. Calderdale Health and Social Care Economy.
  2. Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust.
  3. Fylde Coast Local Health Economy.
  4. Vitality.
  5. West Wakefield Health and Wellbeing Ltd.
  6. NHS Sunderland CCG and Sunderland City Council.
  7. NHS Dudley CCG.
  8. Whitstable Medical Practice.
  9. Stockport Together.
  10. Tower Hamlets Integrated Provider Partnership.
  11. Southern Hampshire.
  12. Primary Care Cheshire.
  13. Lakeside Surgeries.
  14. Principia Partners in Health.

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Multispecialty community providers vanguard sites. London: NHS England, March 2015.

Models of Enhanced Health in Care Homes

Enhanced health in care homes models involve offering older people improved joined-up health, care and rehabilitation services. These include:

  1. NHS Wakefield CCG.
  2. Newcastle Gateshead Alliance.
  3. East and North Hertfordshire CCG.
  4. Nottingham City CCG.
  5. Sutton CCG.
  6. Airedale NHS Foundation.

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Enhanced health in care homes vanguard sites. London: NHS England, March 2015.

Possibly of interest:

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Triggle, N. (2016). How red bags are bringing NHS and care homes closer. London: BBC Health News, June 27th 2016.

Possibly also of interest, concerning World Continence Week and the Sutton Homes of Care Vanguard:

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In the vanguard of new care – Dr Stephanie Machin. [Online]: NHS England, June 23rd 2016.

The Still, Small Voice of Reflective Reason?

Some salutary independent comments from a seasoned NHS observer:

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Patterson, J. (2015). Rubbing the lamp. London [Online]: NHSNetworks, March 13th 2015.

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