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Future Fit healthcare remodelling in Shropshire…we’re not finished yet. I have just finished reading Matthew Syed’s brilliant book, Black Box Thinking. It has helped me bring into focus thoughts that have been in my mind for some time. Three years ago our healthcare leaders in Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin launched what they called a “call to action” to remodel the way healthcare is provided here. Three years later that action has not yet happened…not even started. It’s still a plan that has been rejected by different parts of the community, professional, political and lay. What Syed writes about is fundamentally the unwillingness of people to accept that what they said was right, or what they did, was, or may have been, wrong. Even when evidence proves them wrong. They find reasons why the evidence against their case is not sufficient, or is irrelevant. One key reason is that in a culture where mistakes are criticised and people blamed, to make a mistake is to face blame. Another is that if those making decisions…or giving us medical care, or flying our airplanes…are seen to be wrong they fear we will not trust them. Thus, there are numerous examples of organisations that have made a particular choice, for the best of reasons (in their view), that have been reluctant to change their decision in the light of evidence and challenge. These organisations usually fail. They press on with their plan even as they see contradictory evidence mount, because to change would be to admit they got it wrong. They then attack the evidence that shows they’re wrong. We know better. Well, Future Fit is now in this place. Of course those leading the work believe their model is the right one. They have got their clinical evidence, and they have financial modelling. Another essential element in Syed’s book is the need when designing a new model, device, factory, whatever, to test it to destruction. To test, redesign, retest, redesign…until it works. And you know it works. To reiterate time and time again, each iteration improving a little on the previous. James Dyson did this over 5,000 times when first designing the cyclone vacuum cleaner. Those who stop redesigning too soon fail because their product contains flaws. And customers will soon stop buying the product with flaws. Syed also said that asking experts…mathematicians for example…to solve a problem does not always find the best solution. A theoretical solution based on known theory and evidence does not allow for the infinite variables in any given situation, so again design, test, redesign is necessary. And don’t leave it only to experts. (I hate saying this in view of recent political statements…). How is this relevant to Future Fit. The current preferred solution is to locate an Emergency Department (ED) in Shrewsbury, with most planned care in Telford. The capital cost of the preferred model is around £311m. The SATH chief executive has recently said this is affordable. But there have been clear statements from government and NHS England that capital for the NHS is greatly restricted. Equally, the latest news is that capital will be prioritised for Trusts that meet (or better) their control targets, i. e. the deficits agreed a few months ago for 2016/17. SATH will not meet its control target. Around the country, the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are being based on huge capital requirements for remodelling assets. And they are being told no. Why is Shropshire different. The preferred model for Future Fit is not supported across the geographical patch. Politicians support ED in their patch, but not in others’. So MPs are vocally supportive as long as they get ED (and votes), but shout foul if they don’t. The model is said to have been developed by clinicians. But it has been rejected by clinicians…the GPs in Telford…on the grounds that moving ED and the Women and Children’s unit to Shrewsbury will not meet the clinical needs of the Telford community. The model is predicated on shifting a significant proportion of medical care into the community, out of acute hospitals. The shift can only happen if community and primary capacity and skills are significantly increased. But the model for this shift has not been worked out. Our GPs do not like the Future Fit model precisely because they have no capacity for.

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Sir James Dyson puts on Dyson product launch with a difference: Sydney, Australia... Sir James Dyson, the British billionaire industrial designer (not to be confused with Tony Stark from Iron Man - Marvel Comics fame) who invented the dual cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner, has just finished hosting his fabulous launch event at the Sydney Theatre Co Ltd, Pier 4. It's understood he took a fair swipe at "competitor) robot vacuums as "pathetic" with poor suction and no navigating skills. Yes, the others suck - but not in a good way. A lot of the (product) attention was on his latest product, a tap that can also dry your hands in about 12 seconds. Dyson, who rocketed his company to nearly 4000 staff and $1.5 billion in annual sales, advised he would only launch a robot vacuum when he got it right. New product snapshot - the Dyson hybrid dryer-tap... Robot models launched in Australia recently include the $399 Robomaid, LG's Roboking range ($549-$1149) and Samsung's $999...

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Sir James Dyson puts on Dyson product launch with a difference: Sydney, Australia... Sir James Dyson, the British billionaire industrial designer (not to be confused with Tony Stark from Iron Man - Marvel Comics fame) who invented the dual cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner, has just finished hosting his fabulous launch event at the Sydney Theatre Co Ltd, Pier 4. It's understood he took a fair swipe at "competitor) robot vacuums as "pathetic" with poor suction and no navigating skills. Yes, the others suck - but not in a good way. A lot of the (product) attention was on his latest product, a tap that can also dry your hands in about 12 seconds. Dyson, who rocketed his company to nearly 4000 staff and $1.5 billion in annual sales, advised he would only launch a robot vacuum when he got it right. New product snapshot - the Dyson hybrid dryer-tap... Robot models launched in Australia recently include the $399 Robomaid, LG's Roboking range ($549-$1149) and Samsung's $999...

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