How to use and navigate the new digital improvement tools for providers of mental health and community services
Thursday 10 January 2019 | 12.30pm to 1.30pm
In the first of our 2019 masterclass series, our speakers will demonstrate how to explore and navigate the newly developed model mental health and model community health service tools. Developed for all to use, the tools help providers of mental health and community services identify opportunities for improvement.
The model mental health services tool shows six service lines ranging from crisis response to personality disorders and rehabilitation and recovery. We are also adding to our inpatient metrics on both model mental health and model community health services which now includes care hours per patient day (CHPPD) and cost per care hour in mental health and community health wards.
Developed in collaboration with mental health and community trusts, users can log on to the tool and dive deeper into their data to see what good looks like and compare aspects such as demographics, time to contact and intensity of care and more with their peers to look for improvement opportunities.
This masterclass will focus on how to understand and interpret the metrics and where users can meaningfully identify improvement opportunities. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and comment on any of the topics raised throughout the webinar.
Join this webinar for your opportunity to learn more about:
- how to use both the Model Community Health service and Model Mental Health service and where to get support
- the 6 new clinical service lines for mental health services delivered in the community
- the new inpatient metrics for community and mental health
- how to compare with your peers and identify opportunities
- our plan for future developments and our support offer.
Who should attend?
This webinar will be useful to all senior staff, service managers and clinicians, or anyone with an interest in mental health and community health inpatient services and services delivered in the community.