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Corporate Strategy

Over the last year, we've been working closely with our services and local communities to develop a new three year strategy that builds on our vision and True North Goals. 

Read our full three year strategy

We'll be using this strategy to guide us on our journey to achieving our 2024 vision (which you can explore by clicking on one or more of the icons below) and making some significant and positive transformations to our community and mental health services. 

You can contact us if you have any questions about our strategy

Email kathryn.macdermott@berkshire.nhs.uk

Explore our Corporate Strategy by clicking on each icon and learning about our vision for 2024

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Flexible working...

means earlier and later appointments, increasing access for patients

New working practices...

allowing you to plan your working hours around family commitments

Balancing working from home and on site...

For an improved work-life balance, reduced mileage and reduced carbon emissions

A central multidisciplinary task force...

To support each operational team by utilising digital services across the continuum of their work, integrating our digital solutions with those of our health and social care partners

Working with communities...

To ensure equitable access to digitally based care

Commitment to keeping people out of hospital...

And treating them in their own homes wherever possible

Encouraging self-care...

For our patients who can use our digital and clinician guided self-care resources as part of their treatment

Automating our internal operating processes...

And eliminating manual and paper processes, saving staff time and providing more time to care

Providing digital tools...

So you can work from anywhere, anytime

Reducing our number of physical sites...

Leaving modern and fit for purpose sites with MDT usage, including community and voluntary sector

Removing single use plastics...

And introducing reuseable water bottles and coffee cups, saving 64kg of CO2e

Saving energy...

By switching off things when possible, including monitors, lights, chargers, heatings

Enabling self-care...

By providing tools and support , empowering patients and communities

Triaging initial contacts remotely...

(Except for urgent contacts) and the patient directed to the right service/profession

Services designed for diversity...

To meet the community needs

Improving our services...

By continually engaging with patientss

Making contact remotely...

For many of our planned services, including therapies, through OneConsultation, videos and a range of self-help tools

24/7 advice...

And support available online for our patients