The WRaPT team are supporting Better Care Together with their transformation of health and social care services across North Lancashire and South Cumbria. The programme involves eleven partner organisations across North Lancashire and South Cumbria including North Lancashire Medical Services and South Cumbria Primary Care Collaborative.
All partner organisations are committed to delivering a “population” based approach to promoting wellbeing and providing care in which people and their needs are the focus rather than processes and buildings.
In March 2016, the Respiratory Team of the Better Care Together programme in Morecambe Bay, delivered its service redesign proposal. The proposal sets out the planned changes in the delivery of respiratory services across Morecambe Bay as well as planned workforce changes.
Bay Integrated Care Community (ICC) is a ‘place based’ system of care, seeking to proactively maintain and improve the health of the population living in the areas of Morecambe and Heysham which is part of the Better Care Together (BCT) vanguard programme.
The purpose of the ICC is to proactively manage the health and care needs of the most vulnerable members of the community by providing an integrated core team to deliver appropriate care outside of a hospital setting.
As part of a national drive for new models of care, the Better Care Together Vanguard was formed to bring together Health and Social Care organisations in North Lancashire and South Cumbria with the aim of developing revolutionary solutions to enhance sustainability and quality across their core work streams; Out of Hospital, Planned Care and Women and Children’s.
The Success Regime was deployed in the North, West and East Cumbria region to review the current health and social care services and define transformative solutions to improve patient outcomes and the sustainability of the overall health and social care economy.
LCFT dental services are divided into 2 distinct areas, private dental services and community dental services. These services share some service delivery locations and some staff resources though they perform distinctly different activities