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CQUIN scheme 2018/19

East Riding/Hull Mental Health Services

Indicator Name

Indicator Description

Health & Wellbeing – Improvement of health and wellbeing of NHS Staff

Improving the trust’s performance on three key questions in the annual staff survey:

  • Does the organisation take positive action on health and well-being?
  • In the last 12 months have you experienced a musculoskeletal problem as a result of work related activities?
  • During the last 12 months have you felt unwell as a result of work related stress?

Health & Wellbeing – Health food for NHS staff, visitor and patients

Reduction in sales of sugar sweetened beverages sold in the Trust’s food outlets to below 10% by volume. Reduction in sales of confectionery items greater than 250 kCal to below 20% of items sold

Health & Wellbeing - Improving the uptake of flu vaccinations for front line

Flu Vaccine target of 75% for front line clinical staff

Physical Health – Cardio metabolic assessment and treatment for patients with psychoses

Physical health checks and interventions for all patients with a diagnosis of psychosis. Additional 10% reduction in the number of Early Intervention patients who smoke and no more than 35% of Early Intervention patients should gain more than 7% weight in the first year of taking anti-psychotic medication.

Physical Health – Collaboration with primary care clinicians

Improve communication and establish closer working between primary and secondary care regarding physical health for patients with serious mental illness

Improving services for people with mental health needs who present to A&E

Mental health and acute care providers to work with other partners (primary care, police, social care) to meet patients mental health needs more effectively and reduce mental health related attendances at A&E

Transition out of Children and Young People’s Mental Health services

Improve the experience and outcomes for young people as they transition out of Children and Young People’s Mental Health services

Preventing ill health by risky behaviours – alcohol and tobacco

Adult patients in mental health inpatient services are screened for, and offered appropriate interventions   to reduce, alcohol and tobacco use

 

Forensic Secure Services

Indicator Name

Indicator Description

Recovery College

Year 3 of this CQUIN sees ongoing implementation of Recovery College strategy and the use of evaluation and assessment tools developed in Year 1. There will continue to be ongoing engagement and collaboration of service users and staff within the set-up and development of the Recovery College and the co-production of both the Course Prospectus and courses.

Adult Secure Mental Health Service Review

As part of the Adult Secure Mental Health Service Review (MHSR) new service specifications for low and medium secure services have been published which describe new arrangements that need to be put in place for providing Access Assessments, and the delivery of Forensic Outreach and Liaison Services (FOLS). This CQUIN aims to support the implementation of the MHSR through key developments in relation to Transition and Partnership Working to enhance service user experience, develop greater integration of the forensic pathway particularly at points of transition, and promote partnership working between specialist and non-specialist mental health providers.

 

NHS England – Immunisation and Nursing

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Indicator Description

Promoting equality and reducing health inequalities in school delivered Vaccination and Immunisation services in the East Riding

During year 2 of this CQUIN the service will action the work required to meet the key deliverables identified in the Health Inequalities Impact Assessment action plan developed during year 1.

 

Scarborough & Ryedale Community Services

Indicator Name

Indicator Description

Health & Wellbeing – Improvement of health and wellbeing of NHS Staff

Improving the trust’s performance on three key questions in the annual staff survey:

  • Does the organisation take positive action on health and well-being?
  • In the last 12 months have you experienced a musculoskeletal problem as a result of work related activities?
  • During the last 12 months have you felt unwell as a result of work related stress?

Health & Wellbeing - Improving the uptake of flu vaccinations for front line

Flu Vaccine target of 75% for front line clinical staff

Community Services Data Set

Develop and quality assure a dataset of community services activity

Supporting safe and proactive discharge

Increase the proportion of patients admitted via non-elective route discharged from acute hospitals to their usual place of residence within 7 days

Improving the assessment of wounds

Increase the number of chronic wounds that receive a full assessment within 4 weeks

Personalised care and support planning

Provide personalised care to community patients with long term conditions enabling them to pro-actively manage their illness

 

Whitby Community Services

Indicator Name

Indicator Description

Health & Wellbeing – Improvement of health and wellbeing of NHS Staff

Improving the trust’s performance on three key questions in the annual staff survey:

  • Does the organisation take positive action on health and well-being?
  • In the last 12 months have you experienced a musculoskeletal problem as a result of work related activities?
  • During the last 12 months have you felt unwell as a result of work related stress?

Health & Wellbeing – Health food for NHS staff, visitor and patients

Reduction in salt, sugar, fat and sugar sweetened beverages in all food contracts for the Trust’s food outlets

Health & Wellbeing - Improving the uptake of flu vaccinations for front line

Flu Vaccine target of 70% for front line clinical staff

Supporting safe and proactive discharge

Increase the proportion of patients admitted via non-elective route discharged from acute hospitals to their usual place of residence within 7 days

Preventing ill health by risky behaviours – alcohol and tobacco

Adult patients attending the Minor Injuries Unit are screened for, and offered appropriate interventions to reduce, alcohol and tobacco use

Improving the assessment of wounds

Increase the number of chronic wounds that receive a full assessment within 4 weeks

Personalised care and support planning

Provide personalised care to community patients with long term conditions enabling them to pro-actively manage their illness

 

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