GM Rollout Transformational Funding
The CURE Project Team will contact each hospital as part of wave 1 to set up a meeting between key stakeholders that would be critical in helping oversee the development and implementation of CURE.
We will present the background and need for the CURE programme as well as the initial results and learning from Phase 1 at Wythenshawe Hospital.
The numbers for the potential benefits for each trust including admission savings, lives saved and (based on your current admission numbers) will also be determined.
From this a tailored implementation plan will be developed, identifying any potential risks to a planned launch of June/July 2019.
What resources will be available?
There are a number of resources available to those Trusts involved with wave 1, as well as any other Trusts that wish to implement CURE themselves.
These are including (but not limited to):
• e-learning modules,
• patient information,
• patient pathways & protocols
• business cases templates
• job descriptions.
Extensive learning has already been gained from the first phase at Wythenshawe Hospital about the systems needed to support CURE across the Hospital. The CURE Project team will be supporting with programme management and liaising with primary care and community services that will support patients following discharge from hospital.