Southern Derbyshire CCG | Evaluation Of Winter Funding Initiatives


Southern Derbyshire CCG sought an evaluation of 12 initiatives on the Urgent Care Pathway in the region to understand how each initiative supported the 2013/14 winter plan, particularly in terms of reduced pressure compared to winter 2012/13.

The review entailed conducting a desktop review of existing internal workstream evaluations, interviewing clinician and commissioning leads responsible for each initiative. We attended monthly Urgent Care boards with executive representation across Southern Derbyshire health community, gathering on the ground intelligence. Coupling this with our HES analysis and numerous other data sources, we sought to evidence impact of each initiative in reducing pressure.

Two reports were delivered to the board with independent assessment and recommendations on which initiatives were the most beneficial. This was used to prioritise allocation of future spend over the winter period.

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