Recovery Plan and Remobilisation

Scottish Access Collaborative Recovery Plan

Recovery Planning Support

In line with the recent Chief Executives’ letter, we have been engaging with Boards to identify any support needs relating to the Access Collaborative challenges arising from their recovery and re-mobilisation planning and calls took place over the Summer with  Board Mobilisation Plan Leads.  Depending  on individual Board needs, we can offer tailored support around the Scottish Access Collaborative recovery priorities.

Further detail around the Scottish Access Collaborative’s Recovery Plan can be accessed here. This has been produced in line with the priorities identified and was agreed by the SAC Programme Board.

 

Specialty Remobilisation, Recovery and Redesign Toolkit

A toolkit has been produced by NHS Tayside, in associate with Healthcare Improvement Scotland to support the remobilisation of routine planned care whilst living with Covid-19.

NHS Tayside’s remobilisation of routine planned care whilst living with COVID-19 is underpinned by four key principles:

  • Patients should only attend hospital if there is no other alternative
  • The six challenges of Realistic Medicines,
  • Maximise the use of available resources to deliver clinically prioritised care to as much of the population as possible
  • Working in partnership with primary care and health and social care partners.

The document outlines a structured approach to address these challenges while safely and effectively remobilising routine planned care in a way which is safe for patients and safe for staff.

The Toolkit can be viewed and downloaded here