Carnall Farrar Ltd

Integrated Care Delivery Maturity Matrix Survey

Our structured survey supports client to self-assess how advanced health and care systems are in adopting evidenced-based care models, putting enablers in place and achieving impact. Systems scoring better on the maturity matrix have demonstrated improvements in performance (e.g. reduction in non-elective admissions among older people).

Features

  • Assess maturity of evidence-based population health model and enablers
  • Enables self-assessment of current and desired position
  • Quantifies impact achieved to date using rate per 1000 population
  • Results captured at any level (CCG, PCH/neighbourhood, GP practice)
  • Administered through online survey
  • Completed through self-assessment (with option of calibration) or facilitated self-assessment
  • Alternatively, completed through objective scoring by a third party
  • Opportunity to re-assess in a year
  • Bespoke support to customise analysis and outputs for organisations
  • Bespoke support to review results and agree further steps

Benefits

  • Establish how mature your population health management is
  • Rapidly gauge progress, both in implementation and impact
  • Measure and compare progress at sub-CCG level
  • Understand capability and capacity for transformation within the system
  • Identify priority areas for improvement in population health initiatives
  • Identify, understand and spread good practice
  • Identify gaps in plans (e.g. workforce, information flow, estates)
  • Agree forward plan for development
  • Track on an ongoing basis the impact changes are having
  • Embed MDT working and leadership required to accelerate change

Pricing

£10000 to £30000 per transaction

Service documents

G-Cloud 11

132366117638143

Carnall Farrar Ltd

Alfie Fielder

0203 770 7536

contracts@carnallfarrar.com

Planning

Planning
Planning service Yes
How the planning service works The Integrated Care Delivery Toolkit
The availability of tools to measure progress in integrated care delivery – both in implementation and in impact – is currently poor. We have developed an entirely scalable, evidence based way of supporting the implementation of new care models. Our toolkit enables areas to (a) segment their local population into groups with similar health and care needs; (b) rapidly assess the maturity of interventions for specific cohorts; (c) measure impact (in terms of activity and money) and associate impact with maturity; (d) embed multi-disciplinary team working and the leadership required to accelerate change. This includes leadership of the clinical interventions themselves and the team-based processes by which changes occurs. These tools are designed to work at the level of any unit built up from GP practices. We deliver a robust set of outputs and offer to calibrate results, analyse drivers of difference and facilitate discussion of the implications.

The Integrated Care Delivery Maturity Matrix
The maturity matrix addresses part (b) of our toolkit (outlined above). We help buyers plan how they will implement the tool through one of three options:
• Self-assessment (with the option of calibration)
• Facilitated self-assessment
• Objective third-party scoring
Planning service works with specific services Yes
Hosting or software services the planning service works with Integrated Care Delivery Maturity Matrix

Training

Training
Training service provided Yes
How the training service works The training available is detailed in the “user support” section below.
Training is tied to specific services Yes
Services the training service works with
  • Integrated Care Delivery Maturity Matrix Survey
  • Population Segmentation Explorer
  • Urgent and Emergency Care Demand, Capacity and Flow tool
  • Urgent and Emergency Care Maturity Matrix Survey

Setup and migration

Setup and migration
Setup or migration service available No

Quality assurance and performance testing

Quality assurance and performance testing
Quality assurance and performance testing service Yes
How the quality assurance and performance testing works All products are fully tested and signed off as usable by partners and clients. We conduct a formal review of products on a quarterly basis, taking into account feedback and queries by clients.

Security testing

Security testing
Security services No

Ongoing support

Ongoing support
Ongoing support service Yes
Types of service supported Hosting or software provided by your organisation
How the support service works Integrated Care Delivery Maturity Matrix Survey
Population Segmentation Explorer
Urgent and Emergency Care Demand, Capacity and Flow tool
Urgent and Emergency Care Maturity Matrix Survey

Service scope

Service scope
Service constraints No

User support

User support
Email or online ticketing support Email or online ticketing
Support response times Same-day on weekdays
User can manage status and priority of support tickets Yes
Online ticketing support accessibility None or don’t know
Phone support Yes
Phone support availability 9 to 5 (UK time), Monday to Friday
Web chat support No
Support levels Three types of support are available:

1. INITIAL ON-BOARDING (core)
Clients receive a detailed Welcome Pack which outlines the implementation process for the maturity matrix tool. An initial mobilisation discussion is then set up with the client to agree the objectives, scope and a detailed and customised implementation project plan.

2. ONGOING SUPPORT (core)
We provide access to our portal for the cloud based tool.We provide dedicated support from a project team, led by a Lead Engagement Partner who is accountable for the delivery of our service. This support is part of our service, and is provided throughout the duration of our service provision.

The tool itself is simple to use and has an online guide. For questions relating to the functionality of the survey and how to complete it, our third party supplier offers email support (24/7) and phone support (9am – midnight Mon-Fri).

3. BESPOKE CONSULTANCY SUPPORT (optional)
Further bespoke support to customise analysis and outputs for individual organisations is available as Lot 3 Consultancy Support Service and priced according to the SFIA rate card provided. For more information see the service definition brief.

Resellers

Resellers
Supplier type Not a reseller

Staff security

Staff security
Staff security clearance Conforms to BS7858:2012
Government security clearance Up to Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS)

Pricing

Pricing
Price £10000 to £30000 per transaction
Discount for educational organisations No

Service documents

pdf document: Pricing document pdf document: Skills Framework for the Information Age rate card pdf document: Service definition document pdf document: Terms and conditions
Service documents
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