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Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups

Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by John Holden, Jun 28, 2012

Hello there, I am writing in the Change Model in to six CCG organisational develoment plans and I am currently working with our programme office to understand how they can support the model through CCG development. We are also reviewing the CCG 's "plan on a page" to identify change initiatives that could benifit from utilisation of the model and would be really interested to hear from anyone doing similar in their area.    


Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by Rachel Hinde, Jun 28, 2012

That's great, John.  I will also ask around for others doing similar things.  Neil Simpson is doing a session with a CCG in East Midlands using the NHS CHange Model shortly - I will get him to provide some feedback

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by Robert Varnam, Jul 2, 2012

The Change Model also underpins all of the NHS Institute's Leadership Series workshops over coming months - http://bit.ly/MTt0Dh, grouped around the components dealing with Leading People and Leading Change.  The focus is on helping people get the most out of the tools in each component, as well as the synergies between them.

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by John Holden, Jul 2, 2012

Thanks Robert, I've been working closely with Rachel around matching the NHSI offers to CCG OD action plans which has been very helpful I guess we are now into the hands on bit i.e. taking a project and running it through the model. As part of this I'm wondering if anyone has done similar yet in CCG land so we can talk through the outcomes of using the change model as they approach a change initiative.   

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by Robert Varnam, Jul 2, 2012

Hi John.  We're currently getting ready to support a number of CCGs in the all-important 'hands on' work.  I'm hoping it won't be long before significant numbers of CCGs are using the Change Model to develop more effective plans to improve services, as well as to take stock of their change leadership capability.

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by neil Simpson, Jul 17, 2012

John

If it helps, I can talk you though the half day session I recently led for a CCG, taklng them through the Change Model. Basically, for each element of the model, I set the group a short exercise to apply the model to a "change issue" of their choosing.

It helped make the Model "real".

Neil

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by John Holden, Jul 18, 2012

Hi Neil, I think this would be most helpful as I need to start thinking about how I induct each CCG into the model. I do think we are a little way off engaging in the model from a CCG perspective as most CCG's are in the setting up the organisations phase, then consolidating and finally continuous improvement. Lets speak soon.  

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by Rachel Hinde, Jul 19, 2012

Hi John, I know Neil is going to contact you and we have some ideas about simple ways we can start to engage with CCGs even as they are setting up thier organisations.  It's great to have your continued interest and support

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by lisa riddaway, Oct 18, 2012

Hi
I am working in a CCG and keen to use the model with clinical colleagues.  I am planning to provide an brief to the senior team next Monday, and then do an exercise with one of my board for managing long term conditions to see where we think we are in delivering transformational change.   Any tips or suggestions are welcomed.  

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by John Holden, Oct 19, 2012

Hi Lisa, I would say this as an OD practitioner but I do believe that you need good OD or service improvement support to make the NHS Change Model understandable and practical to the CCG. I have built it into all six of Merseysides CCG's OD plans and this has been welcomed through desk top reviews and site visits as part of the  1st and 2nd wave authorisation process. The key for us now is to look at and lift workstreams from the plan on a page or commissioning priorities and start running the the initiatives through the change model. What I am seeing as we explore the steps in the model against the initiative is how some of the excellent resources that the Institute and others have that can support the change model stages. As an example we are using prioritising commissioning opportunities PCO tool to develop a "long list" with patients and stakeholders then refine down through to project plans for the agreed initiatives.  We have approx 120 people coming to an event to develop the list but also we are using the opportunity to do some work on shared purpose. We can't do it all so are bring in partners from the local authority to help and get support from programme office function around a programme management approach to change, this could either be Prince2 or what appears to work well for us in P3m3....there is loads of stuff from OGC on this. Anyway happy to chat and share more as we develop the process here in Merseyside. I will make one further point......as the pressure of Authorisation subsides and the reality of delivery kicks in there will be a rush to pull in all available support and resouce to deliver commissioning plans......I am seeing and predicting a spike in activity around the model and support resources as CCG get authorised......be prepared. Good luck and please feel free to share experiences               

Re: Adoption of the Change Model across Clinical Commissioning Groups
by lisa riddaway, Oct 19, 2012

,Hi John
Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts on this.  Whilst I agree with your approach my reality is a little different, though there are some similarities. We have just gone through our authorization visit so my remit is to influence the next steps as oppose to the already gone.  We have a PMO and a large number of QIPP projects all pulled together on one document so scope to do as you are doing.  I do like your idea of an event, however my biggest challenge is influencing my clinical colleagues to see the benefits of the model and begin to engage with it.  I do not nec. agree that there will be a rush post authorization as some CCGs are simply not there yet and need people like us to try and help them see the potential.  My tack of using another way in through a programme board I lead in is a cunning plan to try and influence sideways :)    Please keep sharing your experiences.

           

 
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