NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCGs work recognised in NHS England's Good Practice Inventory.
Each year CCGs across the country are required to submit an Improvement and Assessment Framework for Patient and Community Engagement to evidence how we involve patients, public and stakeholders in service changes and commissioning decisions.
We are delighted that our engagement work has been recognised by NHS England and included in their national 'Good Practice Inventory' as examples of practice which have worked well and that other CCGs could learn from.
Local East Riding of Yorkshire GP wins prestigious National Association of Primary Care award
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG is delighted that local GP Dr Tom Milligan won the Clinician of the Year Award 2019 at an impressive dinner ceremony on Wednesday 9 October at the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) annual conference in Birmingham.
The award recognises an outstanding clinician, a leader who is an inspiration to others, a person who demonstrates compassion and empathy, an achiever of change in their community.
East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group receive Volunteen Champion Award
In October 2019 NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG received a Volunteen Champion Award from East Riding Voluntary Action Services (ERVAS) recognising the hard work we have done throughout the year to involve children and young people and encourage/support them to get involved and have a voice.
As a result their voices have really helped to shape and inform the development of our psychological therapy services, and also our CCG 5 year strategy.
Pictured Above: Samantha Page - Engagement Manager receiving a Volunteen Champion Award.
New service shortlisted for respected national award
We are extremely pleased to announce that NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG new Personal Wheelchair Budget service has been shortlisted for a prestigious national healthcare award - The Health Service Journal's (HSJ) Health and Local Government Partnership Award.
Implemented and developed by East Riding CCG in collaboration with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Nottingham Rehabilitation Service (NRS), Blatchfords and patients, the new service offers users a wider range of wheelchair options, customised to suit their clinical and social needs, giving them more freedom and independence.
The service has been a huge success, at the end of 2018/19 the CCG and partners surpassed performance against the national personal health budget target of 115 by supporting and improving the health and wellbeing of 1,528 wheelchair users, or which 1,437 users were assisted via a personal wheelchair budget.
Martin Bailey (Pictured left), a service user said, "The new service is invaluable helping more people like me be able to afford a customised wheelchair specific to individual needs. I am more independent, and no longer have to rely on family and friends for many tasks that people take for granted. The telescopic seat allows me to do simple things; reach for items in tall cupboards, prune bushes and flowerbeds, continuing my love of gardening. I can now take Poppy my dog for walks, I have much more freedom."
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG awarded a 'Good' rating by NHS England
In September 2019, NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG were awarded a 'Good' rating by NHS England in their Improvement and Assessment Framework in 2018/2019.
This rating reflects all the hard work the CCG has carried out to improve patient care, in particular easier access to talking therapy services, earlier dementia diagnosis, improving diabetes educational support, reducing delayed discharge from hospitals, introducing social prescribers into GP practices and reducing the amount of money we spend on prescribing over the counter medicines.
The CCG was also awarded 'Green Star' status for our Patient and Community Engagement.
Local East Riding of Yorkshire GP wins prestigious General Practice ' Healthcare Leader of the Year' Award.
We are delighted to announce that Bridlington GP Dr Tom Milligan won the General Practice Healthcare Leader of the Year Award 2018 at a glittering ceremony in London on Friday 30 November.
The award recognises those who have helped to deliver results and steer change within their local health economy.
Dr Tom Milligan is Primary Care Lead for the CCG and a GP at the Practice One Medical Practice in Bridlington. As with many GP Practice’s nationally, Practice One faces a number of challenges including a shortage of GPs. Dr Tom Milligan works hard at developing innovative approaches to help his practice survive and thrive.
- The Speed in which prescription requests are processed
- The decrease in DNA (did not attend) rates by 26%, giving greater access to appointments
- The effective management of GP correspondence reducing individual doctor's time spent on admin by 20 minutes per day.