Joint Health and Wellbeing Board Minutes

Joint Health and Wellbeing Board Minutes

Date:
Thursday 25 October 2018
Time:
3:00 p.m.
Place:
The Boardroom, South Tees CCG,14 Trinity Mews, North Ormesby Health Village, TS3 6AL
 

Attendance Details

Present:
Mr D Budd, Councillor M Carr, A Downey, D Gardner, C Hannaway, I Holtby, Ms A Hume, I Jeffrey, S Jeffrey, E Kunonga, J Lowe, Ms S McArdle, M Milen, T O'Neill, T Parkinson, P Rice, Councillor C M Rooney, Councillor J Rostron, E Scollay, B Shaw, Mr A Tahmassebi , Councillor M Thompson, D Walsh, H Watson
Officers:
J McNally
K Warnock
Apologies for absence:
L Bessant, Mr M Davis, Mr J Harwin, C Martin, N O'Brien, L Pallister, A Skelton, Ms C Smith, J Walker
Declarations of interest:

There were no declarations of interest at this point of the meeting.

Item Number Item/Resolution
PUBLIC
18/8 WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS - COUNCILLOR S JEFFREY/MAYOR D BUDD

Mayor Budd and Councillor Sue Jeffrey welcomed everyone to the meeting and introductions were made.

18/9 MINUTES OF THE JOINT HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD - 19 JULY 2018

The minutes of the Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board held on 19 July 2018 were agreed as a true and accurate record.

18/10 OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTEGRATED DELIVERY, COMMISSIONING AND INTELLIGENCE

Erik Scollay delivered a presentation to the Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board on exploring opportunities for integrated delivery, commissioning and intelligence.

 

Following the presentation a discussion took place on how integration could work effectively.

 

The Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board agreed:-

  • A collective willingness to work together 
  • To facilitate a visioning exercise, that will

                  
                    - Define a clear local vision and scope for integration - delivery and commissioning
                    - Consider options for future delivery models
                    - Bring forward options for a future commissioning models
                    - Review existing governance arrangements and make recommendations for the future
                    - Road map for implementation

                    - Invite Manchester, Durham, Northumberland to the visioning exercise

  • Development of an Integrated Data Set

The Live Well South Tees Board requested that integrated working should ensure integration makes a difference to people's lives, ensure a place based focus to impact on our communities and raise expectations of local people


 

18/11 CCG COLLABORATION UPDATE - NICOLA BAILEY - CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER - DURHAM, DARLINGTON AND TEES VALLEY CCGS

Nicola Bailey, Chief Operating Officer - Durham, Darlington and Tees Valley CCGs presented a report to the Live Well South Tees Board.  The purpose of the report was to update the Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board on the recent collaboration across NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across Durham and Tees Valley. 

 

The Live Well South Tees Board were advised that:

  • NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across Durham and Tees Valley had been moving towards working more collaboratively since early 2018, with the aim of combining skills and resources to improve delivery.
  • Dr Neil O’Brien had been chosen to head a joint leadership and management team to oversee NHS North Durham CCG, NHS Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG, NHS South Tees CCG, NHS Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees CCG and NHS Darlington CCG.
  • Nicola Bailey will be supporting the Tees CCG's in the role of Chief Officer working closely with Dr Neil O'Brien.  Nicola will attend the Live Well South Tees Board and will provide the Board with an update on the new arrangements and what that means for South Tees.

Agreed as follows:-

 

The Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board noted the content of the report

18/12 HEALTH AND WELL-BEING EXECUTIVE CHAIR’S REPORT - DR ALI TAHMASSEBI - CHAIR SOUTH TEES HEALTH AND WELL-BEING EXECUTIVE

The Chair of the South Tees Health and Wellbeing Executive presented the Assurance Report to the Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board.  The report provided assurance that the Board is fulfilling its statutory obligations, and a summary of progress in implementing the Boards Vision and Priorities.

 

The report provided a summary of recommendations to the Board:-

  • Note the decisions taken by the Health and Wellbeing Executive in fulfilling its delegated responsibilities around Pharmaceutical Needs Assessments;
  • Note the assurance regarding health protection arrangements;
  • Note the responses to the Healthwatch report's findings;
  • Note the progress made by the South Tees Health and Wellbeing Executive in implementing the Board's Vision and Priorities; and
  • Note the updates on statutory consultations, recent inspections and relevant scrutiny reviews.

Agreed as follows:-

  • The Live Well South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board agreed to the recommendations in the report.
18/13 HEALTHWATCH SOUTH TEES ANNUAL REPORT, DR IAN HOLTBY - CHAIR HEALTHWATCH SOUTH TEES

Dr Ian Holtby, Chair of Healthwatch South Tees presented the Healthwatch South Tees Annual Report 2017/18 to the Live Well South Tees Board.

 

Highlights from the report included:

  • Over 37,000 people reached through social media
  • 455 hours of volunteer support held to engage with 1,910 local people
  • 41 GP practices visited
  • 141 people spoken to through engagement activities
  • 12 reports produced in response to local people's experience of areas such as school nursing, sight loss, dementia and GP practices

Agreed as follows:-

  • The Live Well South Tees Board noted the report
18/14 FORWARD WORK PROGRAMME

The Forward Work Programme was for information only.

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