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Key Priorities 2019/20

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has five Key Priorities for 2019/20.

Updated 17 June 2019

These have been agreed by the Trust Board and published in the Trust's 2019/20 Business Plan:

Annual Trust Business Plan 2019/20 (pdf, 627 KB)

Improve our safety culture

Embedding best practice consistently in the care received by our patients so that no patients are adversely affected by avoidable harm.

Achieve the operational trajectories as submitted to NHS Improvement

Improved delivery of the A&E four hour access standard with performance of 90 percent, avoiding patients waiting in excess of 52 weeks for their planned treatment, and maintaining performance against access standards for patients with cancer, with delivery of the 62 day standard from December 2019.

Deliver the 2019/20 Workforce Plan

Advancing initiatives which support and develop our staff, improve recruitment and retention, grow our substantive workforce, and strengthen staff engagement, leadership and culture across the Trust.

Deliver the Trust Control Total for 2019/20

Deliver the £37m control total for 2019/20 while improving the underlying position and reducing reliance on one-off transactions.

Refresh OUH's Five Year Strategic Plan

Refresh the Trust's five year strategic plan with an increased focus on delivering integrated care and working in partnership with other organisations.

We will focus on these Key Priorities in 2019/20 - alongside our Quality Priorities and Staff Priorities.

This two-page document summarises our mission, vision and values, and also includes our Key Priorities, Quality Priorities and Staff Priorities.

The Year Ahead: Our Ambitions and Priorities for 2019/20 (pdf, 170 KB)

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