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How the NHS is about to undergo a revolution in Norfolk and Waveney The project to change our NHS called a Sustainabilty and Transformation Plan (STP) is unveiled at Carrow Road.
(l r) Alex Stewart, from Healthwatch Norfolk Christine Allen, chief executive of the James Paget University Hospital Wendy Thompson, managing director of Norfolk County Council Dr Anoop Dhesi, chair of North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Antek Lejk from South Norfolk CCG Faced do louis vuitton bags have zippers with what they estimate is a 440m budget deficit by 2020, the region's NHS chiefs have drawn up plans to dramatically change the way our NHS works for patients. To treat more patients at home, 1pc of the NHS' overall budget for Norfolk and Waveney is going to be moved to GP services and community care. Their budgets will increase by 20pc and 10pc respectively at the expense of hospital budgets. The ambitions are outlined in a 30 page document called 'Norfolk and Waveney STP Submission' which was first drawn up in June and was released for the first time on Friday. You can read it by clicking on the box above. The region's 15 health organisations have been working on the plans with Norfolk County Council. They hope that in future patients will not go to different parts of the NHS to get treatment, but instead have GPs, community nurses, hospital specialists and social care all joined up. They say they will employ more nurses, therapists and social workers to treat people in their homes who may otherwise end up in hospital. Elderly patients will be cared for at home. Alex Stewart, from Healthwatch Norfolk, said it was a chance to change our health services for the better. But he cautioned: "There will inevitable be some losers. We don't know what they will be at this early stage." The success or failure of this health revolution will depend on how successfully the NHS can move patients from hospitals to GP surgeries and community care. But the region's GP services are already under immense pressure and Dr Tim Morton, chairman of the Local Medical Committee, said money was needed now rather than in five years time to save doctor's surgeries. NHS and vintage louis vuitton authentication Norfolk County Council chiefs have outlined why our NHS must change. "We need urgent and immediate investment rather than promises for the future," he said. Dr Anoop Dhesi, chair louis vuitton shoes video of North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group, said the plan had been drawn up with patients as the priority, but added that the NHS needed to live within its means and cut the deficit. "We need a new type of care," he said. Former health minister and North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb said the STPs were a move in the right direction. "We have to shift resource from repair to prevention," he said.
But he cautioned against stopping patients being treated in hospital before enough care was in place for them in the community. He also urged the STP to make mental health louis vuitton shoes with spikes central to their plans. "Patients suffering from mental and physical ill health are the most costly to the system and most let down by the system," he said.
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