Blackpool CCG Annual Report

Blackpool CCG Annual Report

This is Blackpool CCG Annual Report and Accounts 2017/18 (pdf | 6.3 MB) . It describes the work we have carried out over this year and outlines some of our most significant achievements and challenges.

To supplement the annual report we also developed a Blackpool Communications and Engagement Annual Report 2017-18 (pdf | 4.2 MB) which highlights the engagement activity that has taken place throughout 2017/18.

NHS England feedback

As part of the development of our annual report, we must submit a draft to NHS England to be checked against a national checklist to make sure the content fulfils the requirements set out in the Health and Social Care Act 2012.  The results from NHS England are below:

Requirement Does it meet the requirement? Justification
In your opinion, does the annual report effectively explain how the CCG has discharged its duty to improve quality under section 14R of the Health & Social Care Act 2012? Yes Clear representation of health needs and local HWB approach to addressing these with community
States how will tackle health challenges, links to H&WB boards and examples of initiatives given
In your opinion, does the annual report effectively explain how the CCG has discharged its duty to reduce inequalities under section 14T of the Health & Social Care Act 2012? Yes Good understanding and demographics and health inequalities present in examples of initiatives
CCG Equality and Inclusion Strategy in place and use of EDS.  CCG can demonstrate a good understanding of the population and communities needs.  Development of 3-year H&WB Strategy utilising JSNA.
In your opinion, does the annual report effectively explain how the clinical commissioning group has discharged its duty to involve the public under section 14Z2 of the Health & Social Care Act 2012? Yes P32 references engaging people and communities. Examples given linked to initiatives, eg Citizens inquiries and Your Voice sessions
Does the annual report review the extent to which the CCG has contributed to the delivery of any joint health and wellbeing strategy to which it was required to have regard under section 116B(1)(b) of the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007? Yes HwB active membership evidenced by Independent auditors report
Nursing Blackpool H&WB board referenced. Linked to improvements
PH Active member of H&WB Board and notes are reviewed by the Governing Body.  LA and H&WBB represented at Governing Body.
Does the annual report evidence how the CCG has consulted each relevant Health and Wellbeing Board in preparing the review of their contribution to the delivery of any joint health and wellbeing strategy? Yes Commitment to consultation and engagement included.  CCG maintains Patient and Public Involvement Forum.  The outcome of citizen inquiries is presented.  Limited evidence.
Active member of H&WB Board and notes are revised by the Governing Body.  LA and H&WBB represented at Governing Body.
No evidence or statement provided.

 

Last updated on 6 March 2019 at 16:11 by communications manager