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Wyre Forest Clinical Commissioning Group
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Our Priorities

Our priorities are set out below.

These were developed with input from GPs and practice mangers from every Wyre Forest member practice, patient representatives and key members of our voluntary and community sector. We also had information and data on the health of our local population provided by Public Health colleagues to support us in deciding these priorities.



1.      INTEGRATED CARE:

 

(Including Urgent Care/ Non-Urgent Care & Out of Hours Care)

“We want our patients  care to be planned with people who work together to understand each patients need,  put the patient  in control, co-ordinate and deliver services to achieve a patients  best outcome. This will support our patients and allow them to live as independently as possible.”

2.      SUPPORTING GENERAL PRACTICE

 

“Supporting General Practices in the Wyre Forest will help the doctors in those Practices contribute their knowledge & experience of patients’ needs and the clinical services they require, into the decision making and running of the Clinical Commissioning Group.” 

3.      REDUCE HEALTH INEQUALITES

 

“Strengthening Communities and developing more effective systems of service delivery to improve health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities.” 

4.      LONG TERM CONDTIONS (LTC):

 

To include the recommendations of the West Midlands Quality Review Service (WMQRS) on chronic neurological conditions

We want to provide effective, coordinated and robust services to help our patients manage their Long Term Conditions. 

5.      WYRE FOREST INTEGRATED CARE PROJECT

 

Review and refine the model of Integrated Care within Wyre Forest 

 6.      FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE

 

We want to build on our integrated care priority to provide safe and compassionate care for our frail older population.