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24th October 2012

Date: Wednesday 24th October 2012

Time: 1.00pm - 3.30pm. Members of the public are invited to join the Governing Body Members in taking light refreshments from 12.30pm

Location: Bridestone Suite, Congleton Town Hall, High Street, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 1BN


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Following the completion of the Governing Body meeting, members of the public are also invited to attend an informal meeting starting from 3.45pm with Governing Body members where there will be an opportunity to raise questions or concerns. Members of the public need not have attended the Governing Body meeting beforehand and are welcome to attend just for this session.

If you wish to raise a concern, ask questions or feedback your comments about individual items contained in the Agenda and supporting papers of Governing Body meeting please contact:

Matthew Cunningham
Corporate Services Manager
email: matthew.cunningham@nhs.net
Telephone: 01625 663339

Raising a question/concern - note: in order to undertake any necessary background research, it would be helpful if members of the public notified the Corporate Services Manager at least five working days before the meeting in question with brief details of the matter to be covered. Questions will be answered where possible by the most appropriate Governing Body member during the public speaking section on the meeting agenda.

Agenda 24th October 2012

Link to Agenda front sheet only
Link to Agenda and full supporting papers pack

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1. Preliminary Business

1.1 Apologies for absence

1.2 Declarations of any relevant interests

1.3 Minutes of previous meeting

Link to minutes of the previous meeting

1.4 Matters arising

1.5 Response to questions from the public

A total period of 15 minutes is allocated for members of the public to raise a question /make a statement(s) on any matter that falls within the remit of the Clinical Commissioning Group.

Individual members of the public may speak for up to 5 minutes, but the Chair will decide how the period of time allocated for public speaking will be apportioned, where there are a number of speakers

2. Items for discussion

2.1 Knutsford Healthcare Programme

Summary of item 2.1: The paper provides a progress update on the Knutsford Healthcare programme, specifically progress on the development of an ‘integrated’ clinical care model and the proposed Health and Wellbeing Centre development which is being led by the Knutsford Peer Group and its member practices. The paper seeks support from the Governing Body to progress to full public engagement with the population of Knutsford on the new ‘integrated’ clinical care model and the development of a purpose built Health and Wellbeing Centre. The results of the patient engagement will help inform the next stages of the programme including the formal consultation on the move of the three Knutsford general practices into one site.

Link to cover paper

2.2 Cheshire East Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Update

Summary of item 2.2: The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment is a local assessment of current and future health and social care needs that could be met by the local authority, the clinical commissioning groups or the NHS Commissioning Board. Local authorities and clinical commissioning groups have an equal and joint duty to prepare Joint Strategic Needs Assessments and, using the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy through the Health and Wellbeing Board. This presentation provides an update on the progress of developing a refreshed Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for Cheshire East.

Link to cover paper
Link to presentation

2.3 Cheshire East Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Summary of item 2.3: The Health and Social Care Act (2012) places a duty upon the Local Authority and Clinical Commissioning Groups in Cheshire East to develop a Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, to meet the needs identified in the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment. The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets out the agreed priorities for collective action by the key commissioners - the local authority (including Public Health), the Clinical Commissioning Group and the NHS Commissioning Board. There is a clear expectation within the Act that the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy will provide the basis for all health and social care commissioning in the local area. This begins with the duty of the Clinical Commissioning Groups, the NHS Commissioning Board and the local authority to have due regard to the relevant Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy when carrying out their respective functions, including their commissioning functions.

Link to cover paper

2.4 Mid year progress report on clinical commissioing strategy 2012

Summary of item 2.4: This report provides an update on th eprogress against the three year clinical commissioning strategy of the organiation.

Link to cover paper
Link to update report
Link to Appendix One

2.5 NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group Organisational Development Plan update

Summary of item 2.5: The paper summarises the content and key areas of focus of the Organisational Development Plan for the Clinical Commissioning Group. It outlines the Clinical Commissioning Group’s commitment and approach to the development of its employed staff, member practice staff. It builds on the initial plan that was presented to the Governing Body in January 2012.

Link to cover paper
Link to plan

2.6 NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group Communications and Engagement Strategy and Eastern Cheshire Community HealthVoice update

Summary of item 2.6: The paper summarises the content and key areas of focus of the Communications and Engagement Strategy for the Clinical Commissioning Group, outlining its aims, objectives and processes to achieve them. The paper also provides an update on progress in the development of and work of Eastern Cheshire Community HealthVoice.

Link to cover paper
Link to strategy

3. Standing Items

3.1 Finance and Performance Report

Summary of item 3.1: The report outlines NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s financial and activity performance to date and estimated year end outturn.

Link to cover paper

3.2 Sub Committee Minutes for information

3.2.1 Governance and Audit Committee

None on this occasion

3.2.2 Remuneration Committee

None on this occasion

3.2.3 Clinical Quality & Performance Dashboard and Committee Meeting Minutes 19 September 2012

Link to cover paper
Link to dashboard

3.3 Advisory Committees – verbal reports

3.3.1 ECCCG Locality Management Meeting
3.3.2 Clinical Forum
3.3.3 Eastern Cheshire Community Health Voice
3.3.4 Eastern Cheshire Partnership Board

4. Close of Meeting

Date and Time of Next Meeting:

Wednesday 30th January 2013 1.00 – 3.30pm
The Festival Hall, Talbot Road, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, SK9 7HR