Stockport Together - Citizens Representation Panel January 2016

Closed 8 Jan 2016

Opened 7 Jan 2016

Feedback updated 9 Nov 2016

We asked

The Citizens Representation Panel were asked to comment on the new model of care draft plans for Stockport Together.

You said

People without web based access or skills will need help accessing online care or records.

Mental health will need to be strengthened in the neighourhood plans.

Some people face more barriers than others when faced with the need to change lifestyles or behaviour.

More work should be done to train others to cascade health advice.

Concern that reducing hospital referrals will reduce specialist advice or care.

We did

Extend 'health chat' training to more front line staff.

Appoint mental health consultant to work with the neighbourhood teams.

New 'consultant connect' service is introduced to provide quick advice from hospital consultants before a referral is made.

Results updated 9 Nov 2016

 

The panel suggested that the new model of care should consider mental health more and ensure that this is brought into the neighbourhood plans. The panel requested to have more detail on the plans as they progress and to get involved in the individual workstreams.

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Overview

 

 

There are a total of 16 members on the Citizens Representation Panel drawn from the CCG Patient Panel, Healthwatch, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust and Pennine Care NHS Trust governors, Local Councillors, GP Practice Patient Reference Groups, Voluntary sector and Carers.

 

The panel will be responsible for discussing and making recommendations on key elements of the design. They will encourage and support active participation in the engagement and consultation of Stockport Together, provide scrutiny of the activity to ensure that communities are being involved as partners in actively developing the proposals and that there has been enough time spent in actively explaining and building the case for change from the outset.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Citizens Representation Panel

Interests

  • Prevention and Empowerment
  • Proactive Care
  • Planned Care
  • Urgent Care
  • Workforce and OD
  • Consultation and Engagement
  • Informatics (IT)
  • Estates
  • Finance and Modelling
  • Contracting and Integrated Commissioning
  • Governance
  • Specialist Response