Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

Since the end of 2016, South Eastern Hampshire CCG has been working with 20 health and care organisations across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to determine how best to meet the many opportunities and challenges facing the local health and care system. This has focused on both the need to empower people to stay well and also on how we can provide safe, high quality, consistent and affordable health and care to everyone.

Since the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership delivery plan was developed we have had a number of achievements, across the STP area, including:

  • Training 4,000 staff to ‘Make Every Contact Count’
  • Developing plans to introduce integrated primary care hubs, including successfully starting two
  • Carrying out significant work to ensure all patients have a detailed hospital discharge plan
  • Moving inpatient vascular services to University Hospital Southampton to ensure local people have the best clinical outcome possible
  • Carrying out an extensive engagement programme with patients, their carers and staff to understand the needs of people who have severe mental illness.

You can read more about the achievements we have had and our plans going forward in our One year on document. Further details about the challenges we face and our proposals for dealing with them, including how you can get involved, are available in our summary document. You can also see the full STP delivery plan here.

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainability and Transformation Partnership has a website where you can find out the latest about work we are doing together across the area.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Digital Roadmap

The Five Year Forward View made a commitment that by 2020, there would be “fully interoperable electronic health records so that patient’s records are paperless”. This was supported by a Government commitment in Personalised Health and Care 2020 that ‘all patient and care records will be digital, interoperable and real-time by 2020’.

The Local Digital Roadmaps (LDR) programme aims to shape national policy and strategic investment through a detailed understanding of local health and care systems’ plans to use digital technology to drive sustainability and transformation. LDRs, aligned to Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP), will provide the evidence base and justification to underpin new investment and increased optimisation of existing assets.

You can read a summary of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Digital Roadmap here.