Community Feedback Session Scottish Borders Wide

Community Feedback Session Scottish Borders Wide

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NDTi are asking what people living in the Scottish Borders think about the future delivery of health and social care.

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Overview:

As the country moves into a new phase of living with COVID, the Scottish Borders Health and Social Care Partnership (H&SCP) recognises the need to redesign and transform services to ensure that they are sustainable and affordable. The pandemic has resulted in more people being unwell and a significant backlog of people waiting for diagnosis or treatment. We also know that costs of living and providing services have increased and this will impact on everyone in our communities and on the costs of providing services.

The Scottish Borders H&SCP recognises the need to work differently and find new and innovative ways of working in order to help keep people well. National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) are working on behalf of the Scottish Borders H&SCP to collect and capture the views and ideas of people living in the Scottish Borders about the future delivery of health and social care.

We would like to hear the views of as many people as possible living in the Scottish Borders. Please help us to do this by coming to this online event.

Reflecting on progress so far.

In the last strategic plan Scottish Borders H&SCP identified three objectives:

1. We will improve the health of the population and reduce the number of hospital admissions.

2. We will improve the flow of patients into, through and out of hospital.

3. We will improve the capacity within the community for people who have been in receipt of health and social care services to better manage their own conditions and support those who care for them.

They also identified nine Partnership priorities. We would like to know your views about progress towards these priorities.

The findings from this event will be used to produce a ‘Feedback from our Communities Report’ to inform the H&SCP Strategic Plan 2023-2026.

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