The Hampshire Together Modernising our Hospitals & Health Services programme (MoHHS), comprising Hampshire, Southampton, and Isle of Wight (IoW) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (HHFT) are preparing the Pre-Consultation Business Case (PCBC) for the reconfiguration of acute care across north and mid Hampshire.
The PCBC makes the case for change for significant investment to transform how acute and planned health and care services are delivered across north and mid Hampshire. It also articulates improvements to local care that will enable the acute care transformation. The objective of Hampshire Together is to enable delivery of high quality, sustainable and financially viable clinical services that meet the needs of the north and mid Hampshire population.
The Clinical Senate undertook an independent clinical review of the MoHHS programme PCBC on the 1st and 2nd October 2020. The Senate was asked to provide a second review as the programme was notified by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) of conditions to secure capital funding as part of what was then known as the Health Infrastructure programme (HIP) and has since been renamed as the New Hospital Programme (NHP). This review took place 1st December 2020 and was added as an addendum to the original report. The Hampshire, Southampton and IOW CCG are returning for a third time to ask the South East Clinical Senate (Hampshire Thames Valley) to review their updated PCBC and three clinical reconfiguration options. Two of these options remain largely unchanged since the previous reviews. The main change being the addition of a variety of minimal clinical reconfiguration options (options A1, A2 and A3) to meet the requirement of the new, reduced capital allocation.