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Update from the STP Oversight Group - July 2019

The July 2019 update from the Norfolk and Waveney STP Oversight Group.

Norfolk and Waveney STP Executive Briefing Notes May 2019

Here’s an update summarising the key issues discussed by the Norfolk and Waveney STP Executive at their meeting on 17 May 2019.

Norfolk and Waveney STP Oversight Group -May 2019 Update

An update from the May 2019 Oversight Group Meeting

#WeCareTogether - Be part of Norfolk and Waveney’s Health & Social Care whole workforce conversation

Our people are critical to everything we do, whether they are paid staff or volunteers.

The #WeCareTogether campaign is aimed at gathering the views of the whole health and social care workforce across Norfolk and Waveney. 

Combatting Loneliness and Social Isolation services in Norfolk - Overview

The impact of loneliness and social isolation is significant. To tackle this problem, Norfolk County Council adult social services, is investing in ways of preventing and reducing loneliness that address the barriers to people having the quality and quantity of social connections that they would like.  

Public Information Notice: Changes to how contributions to some adult care services are calculated

In November as part of our budget consultation we asked for views on our proposal to change the way we work out how much people need to pay towards their non-residential care services.

Our proposal was to change the Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG) for people under 65 and the amount of Personal Independent Payment (PIP) that some people can keep on top of their Minimum Income Guarantee.

Learning from the phlebotomy service transformation process

In 2018 our community phlebotomy service transitioned from JPUHT to ECCH. This process encountered some difficulties and in some areas patients were temporarily affected by lack of access to phlebotomy. As a result the Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG reviewed the transition in partnership with JPUHT and ECCH colleagues and produced a report, the intention being to learn from what happened and apply that learning to any relevant service developments in the future. The report has been shared with our Local Delivery Group and we would now like to make it available to your organisation.

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