Project MH42

Adult Locality Teams (ALT) Redesign and Evaluation

This project worked with clinical teams, patients and carers, and system stakeholders to examine the activities of the adult mental health teams in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and how efficiency and patient experience could be improved.

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As part of continual quality improvement the activities and performance of the adult mental health teams are being evaluated, to help design new clinical pathways based on patient need.

Project Aims

This project aimed to identify improved service delivery organisation for adult mental health teams in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Project Activity

The clinical and evaluation project team:

  • Engaged with clinical teams, system stakeholders, and patients and carers to map current service provision and identified areas for improvement.
  • Developed project logic model(s)
  • Implemented any new identified clinical pathways or team organisation in two teams and evaluated impact on clinical indicators and patient outcomes.

Anticipated Outputs

  • Detailed baseline of current adult team performance
  • Stakeholder views on current performance
  • Identified areas for improvement in clinical team organisation and clinical pathways
  • Evaluation of implementation of these identified areas in two teams

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