Capacity and Demand - Cancer Pathway Planning
Is your service faced with the challenge to redesign and work collaboratively across cancer patient pathways to meet new targets? This dedicated workshop will provide you with the demand and capacity modelling skills that you can transfer into your own cancer service. Come together with your colleagues from across the country and gain practical insight to analyse capacity and demand and sustain your cancer service. Leave the day ready to put an action plan into place to effectively manage patients on their pathway.
This is your chance to get on the road to achieving the right capacity for the demands on your service. You will have the opportunity to explore unique tools, hear worked examples and gain evidenced understanding which you can then apply to your cancer service. Use this opportunity to network with your colleagues from other trusts and share ideas and best practice advice.
Leave this interactive workshop able to implement the tools to drive your cancer services forward. Get to grips with new knowledge and skills and learn how to:
- Create an action plan
- Delve into the principles of demand and capacity
- Cope with variation in the cancer pathway
- Use the modelling theory to drive forward care
- Implement lessons learnt from evidenced outcomes
- Meet your cancer appointment targets
- Reduce your waiting list
- Utilise new tools to improve your demand and capacity
Through interactive exercises and extensive group work, you will have the opportunity to come together with other cancer departments, learn how to embed the theory into practice and return to your trust fired up to make the necessary changes to deliver efficiency. Designed for cancer clinic leads, this day would have particular value for whole-team attendance and would be useful for:
- Heads of Service and Nursing, Clinical Leads & Consultants
- Clinical Nurse Managers, Lead Nurses
- General, Project, Transformation, Business & Operations Managers
- Administration, Service Improvement and Patient Service Managers
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this audience of Cancer professionals, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Cancer Services, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
Please email Nichola.firstname.lastname@example.org for further details
This day follows on from our previous Capacity and Demand - Cancer Pathway Planning event which took place in Bristol earlier this year. Some of the feedback from the day included "aims were to understand capacity and demand more, this day has met this and more" by Velindre Cancer Centre, "Very informative – good event" by Velindre NHS Trust, "New ideas to take back with me" by Salford Royal Hospital.
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Led by Anil Vara, General Manager, St Georges University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust:
|9.30||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|10.00||Opening remarks and introductions|
FROM THEORY INTO PRACTICE
|10.20||Delve into the principles of Demand and Capacity Modelling |
Get to grips with the modelling principles and assess how they can be focused for the cancer pathway
Measuring Demand and Capacity: the what, when and how of data collection
Interpreting data: identifying variations in demand and hidden demand
|10.50||Discussion: Utilising the principles and assessing how they can work effectively in practice|
VARIATION IN THE PATHWAY
|11.30||Interactive session: The impact and effects of variation at different points of the cancer pathway |
What is variation and the impact on the cancer pathway?
Explore how you can manage variation at different stages within the cancer pathway through modelling
Measuring the outcomes: how will managing variation impact on service delivery?
EVIDENCED OUTCOMES SHARED
|1.30||Case study: How one trust utilised capacity and demand modelling to revitalise their cancer services|
From idea to implementation: experiences, lessons learnt and best practice advice shared
Investigate the results of capacity and demand modelling on their cancer pathway
A look to the future: how will modelling aid the service to continue developing and become more efficient?
WAITING LIST MANAGEMENT
|2.10||Interactive session: Optimising your waiting list length to meet the two-week wait target every time|
Changing planning from reactive to proactive waiting list management and assess the impact
Dissect your prime waiting list length and recognise how to manage it continually in line with capacity and demand
What will be the benefits across the cancer pathway? Evidenced impact of optimising your waiting list
TAKE AWAY LESSONS
|3.00||How to use new tools for managing your cancer capacity and demand effectively: a model demonstration|
Supporting clinics and diagnostics: getting to grips with an effective modelling tool first hand
Using the tool at every stage in the cancer pathway and communicating effectively with other services
How the model will ensure you make proactive rather than reactive changes in your service
|3.40||Action plan: What will you use to drive forward your cancer pathway and services? |
Reflect on the tools and best practice advice shared throughout the day and create an action plan for modelling your service and optimising your cancer pathway. Decide how you will reduce your challenges and manage your capacity and demand efficiently.
|4.10||Close of day|
Your workshop leader Anil Vara, General Manager, St Georges University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is extremely experienced in working with NHS trusts to manage their patient flow and has recently undertaken a secondment as a Demand & Capacity Delivery Officer at NHS Improvement. He will engage your learning with practical examples, facilitated sessions and case study service redesign insights from across the NHS.
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