Moving forward Partnership Models Levels of Collaboration Merged

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Moving forward

Moving forward

Partnership Models – Levels of Collaboration Merged Practice e. g. ‘super-partnership’ (control maintained within

Partnership Models – Levels of Collaboration Merged Practice e. g. ‘super-partnership’ (control maintained within one organisation but many partners = limited individual autonomy) ‘Hard’ Federation More sophisticated federal structure, includes provider companies with restricted autonomy for practice members ‘Soft’ Federation Shared goals, for wider purposes (still preserving max autonomy e. g. service company) Loose Association For limited purposes, using service led (e. g. sub-contracting – SLA/Mo. U) Networking Peer support and information sharing

Federation operating structure Hybrid Federation Structure Federation Board Locality cluster of GPs • •

Federation operating structure Hybrid Federation Structure Federation Board Locality cluster of GPs • • • Locality cluster of GPs Locality cluster of GPs Federated structure Facilitator Delegated responsibilities to federated clusters who are semi-autonomous Maximum flexibility for clusters to advance their collaboration ambitions Supports clusters of GPs who share services Contract coordinator

The Future ü Hybrid Federation structure ü 6 Localities? ü Integrated Locality Teams /

The Future ü Hybrid Federation structure ü 6 Localities? ü Integrated Locality Teams / Primary Care Home / Multi Speciality Community Providers ü Accountable care system ü Facilitator / ‘honest broker’ ü Support emerging hubs Ø Voice Ø Provider Ø Resilience Ø Transformation

What will it be like? ELR GP Federation Where are we now (From) New

What will it be like? ELR GP Federation Where are we now (From) New operating structure where do we want to be? (To) Few contracts Significant contractor / service provider on behalf of members Partner with limited influence on Integrated Locality Teams (ILT)/ STP Federation as enablers of ILT/ STP (active partnership engagement) Loose Federation More clustered Federation with central support Limited impact on the local agenda A key player / partner in mutual shaping the place based agenda Evolving clarity on Federation purpose Key voice / provider and facilitator of cluster working Evolving relationship between CCG and Federation Clear strategy and identified roles between CGG and Federation Limited offer to members More integrated role in supporting GP resilience / back office support and facilitating joint working – both clinical & administrative. 5

Joint working & transformation fund

Joint working & transformation fund

Joint working • • • Hub and spoke working Sub-specialisation across a network of

Joint working • • • Hub and spoke working Sub-specialisation across a network of practices Inter-practice referrals Joint walk-in clinics Community health teams built around GP practices Share specialist staff - MSK, wellbeing advisor Out of hours services Improving access to diagnostics Outreach clinics Back office – policies, IT, HR, payroll, purchasing etc

Transformation Fund ü £ 400 K per year ü Joint working between practices –

Transformation Fund ü £ 400 K per year ü Joint working between practices – hub development ü Facilitator and fixer ü ‘Honest broker’ ü Toolkit ü Support for applications ü Consistency of approach ü Project management support

Tool kit • Joint working – Joint working between practices – Hub development –

Tool kit • Joint working – Joint working between practices – Hub development – Mergers between practices – Opportunities for working with Federations – Multispecialty Community Provider (MCP) new care model and contract issues – Primary Care Home model

Community based urgent primary care

Community based urgent primary care

Community based urgent primary care (1) ü Community based urgent care ü Easy to

Community based urgent primary care (1) ü Community based urgent care ü Easy to understand ü Integrates with the wider LLR UC system ü Supports practices ü In hours – practice led ü Out of hours – 5 (? 6) sites ü Integrated with 111 / Clinical Navigation Hub ü October 2018

Community based urgent primary care (2) ü Key opportunity – for resilience and sustainability

Community based urgent primary care (2) ü Key opportunity – for resilience and sustainability ü Ongoing long-term project ü Ensure key partner ü Collaboration ü Voice ü GP’s best interests ü Innovation / best use of the available resource

Demand management

Demand management

Demand management • Stimulate utilisation of the best pathway option for patients • GP

Demand management • Stimulate utilisation of the best pathway option for patients • GP led, integrated team working between practices • Drive innovation and • Identify areas for further investigation and/or joint working. • Positive debate and challenge between practices • Sharing of solutions, skills and best practice

Winter access

Winter access

Winter access ü 4 months ü Build on last year ü Out of hours?

Winter access ü 4 months ü Build on last year ü Out of hours? ü Hubs? ü Full coverage ü 5, 000 appointments ü Single rate? ü Better opportunity to forward plan

Summary • Facilitator / Enabler / Provider • Strengthened locality focus • Clear strategic

Summary • Facilitator / Enabler / Provider • Strengthened locality focus • Clear strategic plan with CCG defining commissioning and provider roles with the necessary support • Significant opportunity to shape and improve

Moving forward…… Your Federation; Enabling and facilitating joint working and innovation james. watkins@elrgpfed. com

Moving forward…… Your Federation; Enabling and facilitating joint working and innovation james. [email protected] com 07805 515782