As part of the Programme Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy the programme team is keen on keeping the stakeholders in the system well informed on the latest developments. We will do this by sending brief updates systematically to all those involved in delivering the best possible care in cancer services within the Alliance footprint.
This week the programme has:
- Continued discussions about strengthening its governance arrangements
- Produced a draft Terms of Reference for a SPAM (System Performance, Assurance and Monitoring) Group to provide the programme basic assurance function as well as monitoring the system’s performance against key performance and quality indicators.
- Produced and discussed a draft Terms of Reference for the Programme
- Executive Group which will be responsible for the daily management of the programme and making executive decisions within the delegated authority from the Programme Board.
- Started discussions about Terms of Reference for the Programme Board
- Received funding approval from NHSE for the Early Diagnosis and Diagnostics Consolidation work streams of the Programme
- Signed agreements with CRUK and Macmillan to strengthen the programme team with primary care clinical input and stakeholder engagement and communications capacity
- Started the production of detailed programme plans
- Continued to monitor and support the delivery of the 62 day waiting standard
- Next stakeholder updates will be on:
- Friday 13 October 2017
- Friday 20 October 2017
Director – HCV Cancer Alliance Programme