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Rubicon is providing support to colleagues in the Somerset STP to develop new models of care to facilitate more people being treated out of acute hospital settings.  The project is focused on understanding how admission rates and length of stay can be reduce so the system is less reliant upon the two local acute hospitals, and will inform the pattern of provision of community, primary care and social care services in neighbourhood teams and Somerset’s community hospitals.

Following successful delivery of QIPP Phase 3 assurance reviews, we have now started work on several QIPP Phase 4 projects.  These include working with the Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire health and care system to develop new services and processes designed to reduce the amount of time patients stay in acute hospitals.

Fairlie Healthcare

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Rubicon has won a piece of work with Fairlie Healthcare to review and redesign their neurological rehabilitation care pathway. Fairlie is an independent sector provider based in south London which runs a number of nursing and rehab units.

Wolverhampton CCG child & adolescent mental health service review

Categories: Model of Care Development, Service Redesign
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Wolverhampton CCG has asked Rubicon to undertake a review of specialist child and adolescent mental health services across the borough. The work will be delivered in April and follows on from previous work Rubicon has done for the CCG including previous reviews of dementia and adult mental health services.

Oxfordshire pre-consultation business case

Categories: Business Case Support, Financial Planning, Model of Care Development, Public Consultations
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Rubicon has been appointed by Oxfordshire CCG to support local commissioners and providers to develop a pre-consultation business case which will bring together service model changes signalled in the county’s STP submission. The work will run over the summer to the end of August with Rubicon’s team of three being responsible for project management, authoring the document and financial modelling.

Rubicon has successfully delivered four STP modelling projects in time for the 30th June deadline. Our associates worked alongside staff from the South, Central and West CSU to provide activity and financial modelling support to clients in the Buckinghamshire, Frimley, Bristol/ S Gloucestershire & N Somerset, and Oxfordshire systems. We are now in discussion with each client about ongoing support as their plans develop over the summer.