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Provider and service models for 7 day working in the NHS

Mark Hackett Chief Executive University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust & Chair Theme52 – Service Models NHS Services 7 Days a Week Forum, NHS England spoke at today’s Delivering a 7 day Health Service conference on; 

• Provider and service models
• Which services should be priorities? 
• Case studies and examples of service models in practice 
• What should I do when I get back to my workplace tomorrow?: planning for the move to 7 day services

Mark gave an overview of the key findings from the NHS England 7 Day a Week Forum and put this into context for providers, explaining the different organisation structure model options for delivering a 7 day service based on experience in North Staffordshire, and the different challenges.

In his presentation Mark commented;

"productivity is inextricably linked to social care investment"

"as far as provider models go there isn't a big choice"

"how many people have said to your face "oh I'd love to do that" then turn your back and it's in the bin?"

Mark’s full presentation is available for download at the end of this page.

Future events of interest

Demonstrating Effectiveness
Tuesday 25 November 2014 
ICO Conference Centre, London

Out of Hours Care in Hospital
Tuesday 2 December 2014 
Hallam Conference Centre, London

Masterclass: Advanced Continuous Improvement (CI~Silver Level)
Wednesday 10 December 2014 — Thursday 11 December 
Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester

Monitoring & Improving Patient Safety
Thursday 11 December 2014 
ICO Conference Centre, London

Measuring and Monitoring Quality
Tuesday 20 January 2015 
ICO Conference Centre, London


Download: Mark Hackett full presentation

6 October 2014

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