Stress testing of P82/2012 - A New Way Forward (FOI)
Stress testing of P82/2012 - A New Way Forward (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 24 March 2020.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
My question concerns ‘Closer to home’ - P82
Was this model ever stress tested?
Who carried out the stress testing?
Do you have a link to the full findings and report please?
What were the Terms of Reference for the stress testing?
What was the cost of this stress testing?
How long did this take to complete?
It is regarding P82/2012 health & social services - a new way forward.
A review of the model was conducted in June 2014.
A panel conducted a review based on written material supplied by the States of Jersey, presentations and discussions over three days with key senior departmental members from Health and Social Services, Treasury, Property and Social Security.
The report is attached below:
Peer Review of Reform of Health and Social Services
Terms of Reference – Peer Review of Reform of Health and Social Services
1) To receive a full briefing on the background and context to Report and Proposition P82/2012 including the underpinning technical report by KPMG, utilising the Bailiwick Model.
2) To receive and review progress reports on the 4 parts of the proposition:
• to approve the redesign of health and social care services in Jersey by 2021 as outlined in Sections 4 and 5 of the Report of the Council of Ministers dated 11 September 2012
• to request the Council of Ministers to co-ordinate the necessary steps by all relevant Ministers to bring forward for approval:
(i) proposals for the priorities for investment in hospital services and detailed plans for a new hospital (either on a new site or a rebuilt and refurbished hospital on the current site), by the end of 2014. (to be led by the Treasury & Resources Minister and the Minister for Health and Social Services)
(ii) proposals to develop a new model of Primary Care (including General Medical Practitioners, Dentists, high street Optometrists and Pharmacists), by the end of 2014 (to be led by the Minister for Health and Social Services and the Social Security Minister);
(iii) proposals for a sustainable funding mechanism for health and social care, by the end of 2014 (to be led by the Treasury & Resources Minister).
3) To consider and offer comment on progress to date across all aspects of the programme of reform for health and social services as set out in P82/2012 and, in particular, in the context of the overall States of Jersey Reform programme and latest strategic and system thinking emerging from expert organisations such as the King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust.
4) To consider and offer comment on the short term and longer term approach and options for sustainable funding of Health and social services, taking into account work undertaken by KPMG.
The cost of this stress testing was £47,500.