Skip to main content

System Wide Transformation Across STPs and ACS

Wednesday 6th December 2017

System Wide Transformation Across STPs and ACS

We are currently delivering system wide transformation support across the whole of the North of England, working in partnership with new and developing organisations as they focus on delivery of sustainable transformation plans and the formation of accountable care systems.

Our system wide support offer will provide you with a multi-specialist transformation team tailored to meet your requirements. Following our initial local diagnostic we will assign a team, including experienced programme management to maintain a strong focus on delivery, the team will locate within your system to collaborate, co-design and engage with all partners and patients to formulate a system owned plan to deliver the greatest impact on health outcomes for your patients.

This team will:

  • Engage our subject matter experts and partners experienced in system transformation with a track record of resolving complex problems across the UK
  • Provide expertise in engaging the system and patients to create ‘the journey of change’
  • Provide access to data and tools translated into intelligence to optimise system transformation and population health management
  • Provide experience of ‘command and control’ within and across a system, using our experience and tools in key challenge areas such demand management, surge management and urgent and emergency care management.
  • Engage our established industry partners in specialist areas such as new technologies, legal and experience of supporting international system transformation.
  • Work with you to develop a tailored long term support solution to the system – we are able to provide seamless support from transformation into ongoing support to manage the system in delivery.

How we have helped
The NECS Regional Delivery Programme has already successfully aligned 14 cohesive work streams across more than 20 NHS organisations in the North East and Cumbria and supported STPs with a number of shared work programmes, including Urgent and Emergency Care Network vanguard, regional QIPP and medicines optimisation groups, and joint commissioning arrangements for ambulance services.