Shared Services

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Dear Norfolk County Council,

Please could you provide the answers to the questions below regarding Shared Services.

1. Do you currently have any shared services within Social Care with other/s Local Authorities?
If yes, please state with who and what areas e:g Children’s, Adults etc…

2. Please describe your plans with joint working between Social Care and Health.

Yours faithfully,

Ryan Owen

Information Management, Norfolk County Council

Freedom of Information Act 2000

 

Dear Mr Owen

 

I refer to your request for information dated 30 December 2013 In
accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I
have now processed your request. 

 

You Asked

Do you currently have any shared services within Social Care with other/s
Local Authorities? 

 

Our Response

Norfolk County Council does not have any shared Adult Social Care services
with other Local Authorities.

 

You Asked

Please describe your plans with joint working between Social Care and
Health.

 

Our Response

Norfolk County Council is working closely with the Clinical Commissioning
Groups. around the Integration Transformation Fund/Better Care Fund. 

 

Norfolk County Council wants to bring care closer to people in the
communities and away from the acute hospitals.

 

Shift funding to those people that use the services the most (frail older
people with complex needs, people with long term conditions); and
strengthen our focus on prevention.

 

We have an integrated equipment service with Health.

 

We have an Integrated Commissioning team across Norfolk for the County
Council and the five Clinical Commissioning Groups.

 

We have integrated working with Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health
Foundation Trust.

 

There is co-location of community health and social care staff in the
localities.

We have a joint senior post with Norfolk community Health and care in
Western locality.

 

There are social work teams based in the acute hospitals.

The Norfolk County council Reablement and Swifts service take referrals
from hospitals and health.

 

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Kind Regards

 

Sharon Revell

 

 

Sharon Revell

Information Compliance Officer

Norfolk County Council

Room B31

County Hall

Norwich

NR1 2DH

Direct Line: 01603 222170

 

Information Management Shared Service

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