Regulation 28: Report to prevent future deaths: Mellin Beard – Courts and Tribunal Judiciary

Date of report: 17 May 2019 Deceased name: Mellin Beard Coroners name: Chris Morris Coroners Area: Manchester (South) Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent to: Tameside and Glossop Care NHS Trust;

NHS Pressures: Winter 2018/19 A hidden crisis – British Medical Association

This report uses NHS England figures to examine the performance of the NHS during recent winters and over the long term. The report finds that winter 2018/19 saw the NHS once again under pressure, with A&E attendances and emergency admissions

3 Act Now : maximise your leadership this winter – NHS England

Third in a series of guides NHS England aimed to help health and social care colleagues to take prompt practical actions and use every opportunity to prevent delayed transfers of care. It aims to assist health and social care staff

2 Act Now : plan for discharge early – NHS England

Second in a series of guides NHS England aimed to help health and social care colleagues to take prompt practical actions and use every opportunity to prevent delayed transfers of care. It aims to assist health and social care staff

NHS Key Statistics: England, October 2018: (Briefing Paper Number 7281) – House of Commons Library

House of Commons Library summary of NHS demand, performance and capacity of services in England. It includes A&E statistics, waiting lists, ambulance data, delayed discharges, staffing levels including doctors and nurses, and more.

Admissions Prevention and Facilitated Discharge Service Evaluation – Applied Health and Wellbeing Partnership

Over 70% of hospital bed days are occupied by emergency admissions, and over 80% of emergency admissions who stay for more than two weeks are patients aged over 65.  Older people are the main adult users of NHS health and

Patient Discharge From Hospital To General Practice: Thematic Report 2017-2018 – Healthcare Inspectorate Wales

Healthcare Inspectorate Wales report that finds the quality and timeliness of discharge information was variable across Wales, with this area of the NHS requiring significant attention to ensure that safe and effective healthcare is provided.   It is clear that some

Beyond barriers: How older people move between health and social care in England – Care Quality Commission

Reviews how the local area works within and across three key areas: Maintaining people’s health and wellbeing at home Care and support when people experience a crisis Supporting people when they leave hospital Finds: Organisations intended to work together but mostly

Hartlepool Local system review report: Health and Wellbeing Board – Care Quality Commission

The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65.  Finds: Identifies improving system relationships following a period of poor relationships with

Halton Local system review report: Health and Wellbeing Board – Care Quality Commission

The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65.  Finds: Finds no cohesive interface or alignment between the local authority’s and

Cumbria Local system review report: Health and Wellbeing Board – Care Quality Commission

The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65.  Finds: Implementation of the Health and Wellbeing variable and sometimes limited progress in

Bradford Local system review report: Health and Wellbeing Board – Care Quality Commission

The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65.  Finds: There is a good strategic vision, with good engagement At an

Stockport Local system review report: Health and Wellbeing Board – Care Quality Commission

The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65.  Finds: There is a good strategic vision The neigbouhood model is functioning,

The framework for enhanced health in care homes: (New care models) – NHS England

A primary goal of health and social care services is to support people in their own home for as long as possible. If this is no longer possible, we must ensure that the best possible care is provided to those in residential

Quick Guide: Hospital Transfer Pathway – ‘Red Bag’ – NHS England and NHS Improvement

This quick guide aims to help local health and social care systems to develop effective and efficient arrangements for Hospital Transfer Pathways (more commonly known as Sutton’s Red Bag initiative). It is supported by a range of good practice example templates and process documents.

Adass Budget Survey 2018 – Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

The results of this survey explore directors of adult social services’ views of how councils are making incredibly difficult decisions in relation to the growing numbers of people requiring care and support with increasingly complex needs and with higher costs,

High impact change model: Managing transfers of care: Examples of emerging and developing practice – Local Government Association

Developed by the Local Government Association (LGA) and Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS), national partners and the sector in 2015, offers a practical approach to managing patient flow and hospital discharge. The model identifies eight system changes that

Framework for maximising the use of care homes and use of therapy-led units for patients medically fit for discharge – NHS England

This best practice framework aims to address two models and the implementation approach that needs to be taken by sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) and their provider organisations with ensuing threats to patient safety, during the winter months.  In using this

Leaving hospital: Briefing on discharge from mental health inpatient services – MIND

Briefing on standards that those being discharged from Hospital hospital, after a mental health crisis, should expect out in terms of planning and follow up.  However, despite examples of excellent practice that show what can be done, MIND have  heard from hundreds of people whose experience

Comprehensive Care: Older people living with frailty in hospitals – NIHR Dissemination Centre

Comprehensive Care looks at the concept of ‘frailty’ in older people living in hospital.  It covers four key aspects of caring for older people living with frailty in hospital: Assessment; identifying and managing symptoms associated with frailty in hospital; discharge planning; and