Health and care organisations across Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire  have been working on a health and care model that  describes how  we want health and care to be like for people in the next ten years and will provide a framework to ensure we take a coordinated approach to how we design and plan services across our partner organisations.  We want health and care to become much more than providing services for you when you are ill or injured. We want to focus more on helping everyone to live a healthy life and to stay well.  

We have developed some ideas and want to share them with you now to hear what you think and to make sure we aren’t missing anything that is important to you. Please take the time to complete this survey, it will really help us to make sure we are making the right plans for you and your community. For more information visit Shaping a Healthier Future - BSW Partnership

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* 1. The list of factors below relate to how the new health and care model will work, please tell us how important each of the following are to you.

Personalised care.

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Care arranged specifically for you will be at the heart of everything we do in the future
Decision making jointly between you and your care professionals will enable people to make informed decisions and choices when their physical or mental health changes
We will use personalised care and support planning to support people with long-term physical and mental health conditions to build the knowledge, skills and confidence to live well with their health conditions.
People with complex needs will be supported by staff from different professions working together and we will use tools like personal health budgets so that people can take charge of their own care.

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* 2. Healthier Communities

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We will build communities up by working with their strengths.
Health and care professionals will be able to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services (known as social prescribing) that will enable people to take more control of their own health.
Local health and social care teams will have access to good data about the  communities they work in so they can provide proactive support to communities and individuals so they can maintain good health and wellbeing.
We will work to prevent illness and reduce health inequalities in all our communities.

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* 3. Joined up local teams

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When people need health or care support, local teams with NHS, local authority and third sector (charities) members will work together to provide that support.
Teams of health and social care staff will be set up locally to meet local needs
Co-ordinators will make sure that the support that people need is joined-up and works for them. We want to stop people “falling in the cracks” between different teams or services.

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* 4. Local specialist services

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More specialist services will be available closer to where people live.
We will make more use of community locations like public buildings and high streets to provide access to information, appointments, group sessions, tests and treatments.
Digital technology will enable more services to be delivered remotely so there will be less need to travel to attend appointments in person.

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* 5. Specialist centres

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As more services will be available online and in community locations, our NHS, local authority and third sector (charity) specialist centres will be able to focus more on providing specialist care.
We will invest in our specialist centres to make sure that they are ready to meet the needs that our population will have in the future.
The health and care professionals in our centres will be able to do more to support local teams and people in their own homes.

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More detail on the proposed new model for health and social care in the BSW region.

More detail on the proposed new model for health and social care in the BSW region.

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* 6. Taking into account everything you have seen and read so far about the proposed new model for health and care in the region, do you feel that you have a reasonable understanding of it?

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* 7. Why do you say that, could you explain further?

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* 8. Taking everything into account that you have seen and read so far about the proposed new model, how do you rate it?

Please use a scale of 1 – 10, where 1 is extremely poor and 10 is excellent (Please skip if you don’t know / feel that you can’t form a reasonable opinion)

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* 9. Is there anything missing from the model that is important to

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* 10. Why do you say that, could you explain further?

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* 11. How willing are you to change how you access services in response to our new model? Examples of this might be attending some appointments online instead of face to face or attending some appointments in community settings instead of hospital.

Score the answer from 1-10, with 1 being the lowest score and 10 being the highest.

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* 12. How best would you like to communicate with health and care professionals to make sure your care is personalised to you?

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* 13. What support might you use or need to help you stay as well as possible for as long as possible? (please tick all that apply)

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* 14. Please explain further why you have answered as you have in the above question

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* 15. How comfortable would you be using technology to help you manage your health and care? For example, booking appointments online or using mobile remote technology to monitor a condition you have that provides relevant information to your health and care team.

Please select all that apply

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* 16. What kind of services would you like to access nearer to where you live (which may be currently provided in hospital or large urban areas)?

Please select all that apply:

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* 17. What difference do you think the changes in this proposed new model of health and care will make to you and your family?

Please us a scale of 1-10, where 1 is no difference at all and 10 is a great deal

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* 18. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about our plans?

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* 19. If you would like to be kept informed about these plans going forward please leave your email address here :

For any further questions about the model please contact bswccg.engagement@nhs.net
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