Rob Kenyon, Chief Officer, Health Partnerships, talks about how health and social care organisations in Leeds work together at the Integrated Care Summit on 14 October 2014. This audio slideshow covers partnership working, the Leeds £, the pioneer programme and Leeds’ whole-system approach and cites the work of Leeds Institute for Quality Healthcare as a characteristic of high performing healt and social care systems. Listen to Rob Kenyon’s speach at the Interated Care Summit 2014
The Five Year Forward View published today clearly sets out the changes vital to securing the future of the NHS. Our health services face a challenging future and the only way to ensure that we provide sustainable quality care for patients is to plan seriously for that future. This is a welcome call and one that we support. Read our response
The recent report by Keogh highlights the need for clinical leaders to effectively drive quality improvement and all evidence points to a clear and positive relationship between medical engagement and organisational performance. LTHT is committed to strengthening clinical leadership across the Trust and the move from a divisional structure into 13 clinical service units and six clinical support units underpinned by a development programme to support doctors to become leaders and work effectively
with managers and nursing leaders to deliver safe, effective healthcare to every patient, every time.
The Centre for Innovation in Health Management (CIHM) at the University of Leeds has been commissioned to develop Leeds teaching Hospitals NHS Trust’s clinical leadership capacity for both lead clinicians and new consultants. More
Leeds Institute for Quality Healthcare working on city-wide costings and data.
This month the Leeds Insititute for Quality Healthcare will hold workshops to connect current work being done around data and costings across that NHS in Leeds. These workshops will see professionals sharing kowledge and making plans for future work across Leeds. For more information contact Natalie Leach: email@example.com, 0113 343 5599.