Inclusion Matters Liverpool CQUINs in mental health

ContactInclusion Matters Liverpool
Telephone0151 228 2300
Websitehttps://inclusion-matters-liverpool.org.uk/
Address28 Faraday Rd, Liverpool, L13 1EH

Inclusion Matters LiverpoolInclusion Matters Liverpool is delivering a set of Commissioning for Quality and Innovations (CQUINs) in mental health, covering E-Clinics, On-line Relapse Prevention and Electronic GP Letters.

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E-Clinics
This innovation aims to increase the delivery of psychological therapies through on-line, telephone, text and remote video interactions.

This innovation will:

  • enhance access to the service, particularly for some individuals whose mobility may be restricted or who are otherwise ‘hard to reach’.
  • enable people experiencing depression and anxiety to engage with therapies in a flexible way and at their own convenience (time and setting), and supports them to manage their conditions themselves over the longer term.

On-line Relapse Prevention
This innovation aims to establish on-line relapse prevention facilities.

This innovation will:

  • support people to manage their depression and anxiety over the longer term, and prevent relapse.
  • support people to effect a speedier return to previous levels of functioning
  • enhance support networks particularly for some individuals whose mobility may be restricted or who are otherwise ‘hard to reach’.

Electronic GP Letters
In conjunction with iMerseyside, Mayden Health, and Health Care Gateway, Inclusion Matters will develop a system for sending GP letters electronically.

This innovation will support:

  • Prompt delivery, reducing risks to patient safety and improved efficiency through a smoother transition and continuity of care.
  • Secure communication of confidential information.
  • Discharge information readily available in the event of (re-) referral elsewhere.
  • A reduction in lost letters.
  • A reduction in the cost of paper, envelope, franking, address labels and administrative staff resource.
  • A reduction in effort on the part of GP practices having to scan in letters.