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Norfolk and Waveney STP Oversight Group January 2019 update

An update for the Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP) Oversight Group, including the NHS’ Long Term Plan, which aims to ensure health services are fit for the future. 

A busy world can be the loneliest place

A busy world can be the loneliest place. And in a county of nearly 860,000 residents across 2,000 square miles it’s an everyday scenario for many people.

Update from the Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP)` Oversight Group

An update from the STP (Sustainable Transformation Partnership) Oversight Group has been published, including the following:

  • Preparations for winter pressures.
  • 'Flu vaccinations.
  • Review of mental health services for adults.
  • Improving the sustainability of our hospital services. 

Proposals for a single management team for the five CCGs in Norfolk and Waveney

The five CCGs in Norfolk and Waveney have decided to appoint a single Accountable Officer and create one ‘joint executive team’ structure for Norfolk and Waveney. A proposal to formally approve this will be made to each of the CCG’s Governing Bodies when they meet in public in November.

Sustainable Transformation Partnership Interim Chief Operating Officer Appointed

Julie Cave, Managing Director at NSFT, is going to be seconded to work with the STP (Sustainable Transformation Partnership) as the Interim Chief Operating Officer. Julie has nearly 30 years’ experience working across the NHS and has significant senior financial and operational expertise, including having worked at both the NNUH (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital) and JPUH (James Paget University Hospital).

CQC State of Care Report

The CQC (Care Quality Commission)’s annual State of Care assessment looks at trends in care, shares examples of good care and highlights areas for improvements.  

VCSE representatives on the Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB)

As an important provider of health and wellbeing services, it is vital that the VCSE (Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise) sector works with the Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) in the strategic planning and delivery of these services, to achieve positive outcomes for the children, young people and adults of Norfolk. 

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