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In May 2016 we launch our first Primary Care Collaborative. with up to 20 primary care practices from across our seven clinical commissioning groups (CCG) set to join the first cohort. This collaborative will form part of the wider West of England Patient Safety Collaborative.
The initial aim of the Primary Care Collaborative will be to promote a safety culture in the primary care setting through the use of incident reporting, leading to better outcomes for patients. It will also increase awareness amongst practice teams of the patient safety agenda, while promoting an open and honest culture.
Additional benefits for practices will include improving preparation for Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspections and the revalidation and appraisal process for all staff.
Each practice will complete a patient safety culture survey and we will support practices with tools and training in Quality Improvement (QI) methodology, enabling the identification of opportunities to improve patient safety. Practices in the collaborative will come together at four learning and sharing events during 2016/17.
Alison Moon, Transformation & Quality Director for Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), says:
“It is really positive working with the AHSN on the primary care programme. There’s a combination of energised joint working, a structured improvement approach and the sharing of best practice and experiences, which gives us a really good chance of achieving our shared objectives on patient safety.”
For more information on the Primary Care Collaborative, please contact Kevin Hunter at email@example.com.
Posted on May 9, 2016