Fylde and Wyre CCG Annual Report

Fylde and Wyre CCG Annual Report

This is Fylde and Wyre CCG Annual Report and Accounts 2017/18 (pdf | 1.6 MB) . It describes the work we have carried out over this year and outlines some of our most significant achievements and challenges. We have provided the full version of the report and a summary version which was developed in partnership with the Influence Panel.

During the process of developing our annual report each year we consult our PPE Group and Influence Panel on the content.

PPE Group feedback

We took the annual report draft to the PPE group in February 2018 to comment on the content and ask if the group felt the report met the Legal Duty to Report.  The Group agreed that the content of the report was sufficient and that they felt a summary version would be helpful.  The minutes from that meeting are available: Fylde and Wyre PPE Group February 2018 (pdf | 0.1 MB)

Influence Panel feedback

In February 2018 we asked the Influence Panel to look at our annual report and review of the year documents and provide comments on their content and appearance. The Panel provided a number of suggestions for improvements including the need for an ‘executive summary’ of the annual report, which is very long and complex.  The full feedback from the panel is available here: Influence Panel Report - February 2018 (pdf | 0.5 MB) .

Following the February discussions, we returned to the Panel in April 2018. A number of alternative annual report documents and layouts from across the country were presented to the Panel so the CCG could pick the best design for its next publication. They were also given a first look at some of the content.

The Panel gave recommendations on its favoured design options and members expressed they were happy at the development of an executive summary and the inclusion of more ‘review of the year’ items within the annual report.  The full feedback from the panel is available here:  Influence Panel Report - April 2018 (pdf | 0.5 MB) .

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 Dedicated section within performance analysis. Clearly mentions improving quality
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 Whole section dedicated to improving health. Clearly mentions health inequalities. Strong evidence provided including CCG Equality and Inclusion Strategy and links to EDS to assess and grade the CCG performance.
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 References ‘engaging people & communities’, & CCG legal duty to do so. F&W robust infrastructure to do so, references PPE group.
Comprehensive evidence
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 Whole chapter on health and well being strategy “actively supported”. Links through to the F&W H&WB partnership for a more system wide approach. Through the F&W Health and Wellbeing Partnership with wide stakeholder representation.
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 Consultation embedded in the principles of quality assurance. Greater emphasis on joint working and examples of role and influence, esp through H&W partnership. Statement given, would benefit from how the CCG has consulted.

 

Last updated on 26 February 2019 at 18:03 by communications manager