STPs and Healthcare Public Health : a foot in the door
PHE ePoster Library. Ali A.
Sep 12, 2017; 186663
Dr. Ayesha Ali
Dr. Ayesha Ali
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Abstract IntroductionSince their inception in 2015 STPs have quickly emerged as the future commissioning vehicle for local services to collectively address the challenges they face. The public health role in embedding prevention in STPs has been well documented. However healthcare public health (HCPH) has also played a significant part in shaping STP planning and driving their future course.MethodsThe PHE team embedded in NHSE Specialised Commissioning used existing population health status information, registry and activity data as well as bespoke modelling to present a compelling case for change around renal services. This highlighted significant unmet need, variation in quality and the need for strengthened primary and secondary prevention.ResultsRenal services have therefore been adopted as a priority in the London STPs. The PH team have actively engaged with clinician/patient workshops to develop a range of proposals around potential new models of care. The team have appraised the evidence base and feasibility of these proposals to help focus and prioritise the resulting Specialised Services work plan. PH has also worked with NHS England to develop effective commissioning levers (e.g. a pan STP renal CQUIN) to incentivise the change process.ConclusionActive involvement from HCPH will help STPs achieve their ambitions and aspirations for improving quality of services and improving equity of access as well as population health. The next step will be providing PH leadership to the evidence-based transformation of renal services across London.
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