WINNER: Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation Trust – Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Home Treatment Team
The home treatment team aims to keep young people with complex mental health services out of hospital or in a hospital bed for the minimum time necessary.
Since it was set up, the average length of stay has dropped by 42 per cent and only youngsters requiring specialist beds not available in Hertfordshire have been placed out of area.
The team will visit up to three times a day to ensure the young person can be kept at home safely but also encourages resilience and control over their own lives.
The team has managed the full planned caseload, despite initial high vacancy rates, and now hopes to increase the number it manages.
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- Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals Foundation Trust – Older People Short Stay Unit (OPSSU) and Acute OPSSU
- Healthy London Partnership and NHS England (London Region) – London Perinatal Mental Health Network
- Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust – Improving Patient Flow
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- North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group and Essex Partnership University Foundation Trust – Whole System Acute Patient Pathway Redesign
- Portsmouth Hospitals Trust – Modern Innovative Solutions to Improve Outcomes in Asthma, Breathlessness and COPD (MISSION ABC)
- Queen Mary’s Hospital Sidcup, Oxleas FT with eConsult Health – eTriage: Digital triage in urgent and emergency care
- Whipps Cross University Hospital, Barts Health Trust
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HSJ Awards 2019: Acute or specialist service redesign initiative – London and the South