5 Boroughs CQUINs in mental health

Contact5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone01925 664000
Emailcommunications@5bp.nhs.uk
Websitehttp://www.5boroughspartnership.nhs.uk/
AddressHollins Park House, Hollins Lane, Winwick, Warrington, WA2 8WA

5 Boroughs CQUINs in mental health5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is working on a series of Commissioning for Quality and Innovations (CQUINs) in mental health, including improving experience, physical health and safety.

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Advancing Quality Psychosis
This innovation aims to improve the quality of care for people with psychosis.

The underlying clinical process measures for Early Intervention Psychosis in 13/14 are: (1) Risk assessment completed within 30 days; (2) Care Coordinator assigned within 1 day, and service user informed within 3 days; (3) Antipsychotic medication review within 6 weeks; (4) Duration of untreated psychosis assessment within 30 days
Advancing Quality Dementia
This innovation aims to improve the quality of care for people with dementia.

The underlying clinical process measures for Dementia in 13/14 are: (1) Assessment of Functional Capacity before discharge; (2) Assessment of cognitive ability within 14 days; (3) Assessment of physical health within 7 days; (4) Patient focused care plan on discharge; (5) Assessment of depression within 14 days; (6) Assessment of pain within 7 days; (7) Assessment of nutrition within 5 days.

NHS Safety Thermometer
This innovation aims to achieve a 0.57% reduction in the total number of Falls, in line with Safety Thermometer.

Patient Experience
This innovation aims to improve patient and carer experience by better understanding patient and carer needs. The project will develop a survey tool with service users, ex service user and carers that captures patient and carer experience.

Communication
This innovation aims to improve the quality and timeliness of communications between the trust, primary care and patients.

Improving Physical Health
This innovation aims to improve the physical health of all people who are in receipt of secondary mental health services by ensuring that they receive the appropriate physical health related intervention. All inpatients in receipt of secondary care intervention or who are prescribed medication for the treatment of their mental illness will receive the clinical interventions which identify early signs of deterioration in physical health.

Compassion in Clinical Care
This innovation aims to ensure the quality and safety of care for patients through through leadership, system organisation and delivery of care within a culture which places the patient at the centre of care, protects dignity and respects patients.

Transition from CAMHS to Adult Mental Health and Learning Disability services
This innovation aims to improve young peoples experience of transition and reduce risks over this period. Tier 3 CAMHS services will, where relevant to the needs and wishes of young people, work jointly with external services in supporting global transition to Adult services in accordance with national guidance described in ‘Moving on Well’, through multi agency participation in Person Centred Health Care Plans.