Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) is a partnership programme between NHS England and the Local Government Association. It is a pillar of the NHS Five Year Forward View, and supports the improvement, integration and personalisation of services, building on learning from personal budgets in social care and progress with personal health budgets.
Through IPC, individuals, their carers and families can take an active role in their health and wellbeing, with greater choice and control over the care they need through personalised care planning and personal budgets.
SCW's Development and Modelling Analytics team was commissioned to provide support to Portsmouth CCG and Hampshire County Council in two separate IPC programmes. We are currently in year 2 of a 3 year programme.
- A linked and costed dataset for healthcare activity for complex patients
comprising Acute, Community, Mental Health, Ambulance and Primary Care (GP
attendances and Prescriptions)
development of Deloitte’s financial model to provide costed activity by patient
pathway for patients within the cohort groups for development of personalised
Governance support for the project to allow the use of data, including the
development of a consent form for use by Portsmouth City Council
on the national Finance and Cohort Collaborative Development Group to develop
documents for the roll out of the programme nationally
of year 1 cohort to identify whether the new way of working has had an impact on
the use of healthcare for patients involved in the programme
of a social care dataset for linking to healthcare record. Implementation dependant on relevant
information governance being put in place.
- A linked and costed dataset for healthcare activity for complex patients comprising Acute, Community, Mental Health, Ambulance and Primary Care (GP attendances and Prescriptions)
By providing linked and costed information from sources which have not previously been available to interrogate, we have improved the quality of decision-making for organisations. This is leading to improvements in the quality of care delivered and making changes to the way services are commissioned.