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1 Who’s who in the new commissioning landscape Tim Barton, NHS North of England 28 February 2013

2 The 2013 health and care system

3 AreaOrganisationsNos. North Commissioning NHS Commissioning Board (NHSCB) with national, regional and area teams (ATs) operating within a single operating model. NHSCB will be a non departmental public body and also host a range of bodies including clinical networks and senates, NHS Leadership Academy and CSUs. It will have responsibility for some direct commissioning Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) Commissioning Support Units (CSUs) NHS CB 1 region 9 ATs 68CCGs (23 YH) 8 CSUs Provision NHS Trusts and NHS Trust Development Authority (NTDA) Foundation Trusts (FTs) Public Health Public Health England Public health teams to Local Authorities LAs Health & Wellbeing Boards to produce needs assessment and health and wellbeing strategy and promote integration 50 Information and Involvement Healthwatch (hosted by LAs) Ten-year framework for transforming information for the NHS, public health and social care. Health and Social Care Information Centre Workforce Health Education England Local Education and Training Boards The 2013 health landscape

4 NHS Commissioning Board Executive Non-Departmental Public Body with a mandate from Department of Health to improve outcomes through the total £80bn commissioning budget 1 National Support Centre, 4 Regional Teams and 27 Local Area Teams Responsible for Oversight and development of the commissioning system Direct commissioning responsibility for primary care commissioning, offender health, military health, specialised commissioning and some screening programmes Sets key frameworks – outcomes, accountability, choice and emergency preparedness One national single operating model Hosts some key bodies e.g. Clinical Senates Commissioning (NHSCB)

5 The following area teams in the north will be responsible for: specialised commissioning Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Cheshire, Warrington and Wirral military health North Yorkshire & Humber offender health West Yorkshire Lancashire Durham, Darlington and Tees NHS CB Area Teams - 9 in the North, 27 nationally

6 All ATs will have the same core functions around: – CCG development and assurance – emergency planning, resilience and response – quality and safety – partnerships – configuration – system oversight – commissioning primary care There will be variations around the scope of direct commissioning responsibilities: – 10 local area teams leading on specialised commissioning across England; – smaller number of local areas teams carrying out the direct commissioning of other services such as military and prison health; – hosting clinical senates and networks. LAT roles and functions

7 Clinical Senates will work with clinical networks to provide clinical advice at the strategic level Clinical Senates and networks 4 national strategic clinical networks: cancer children and maternity mental health CVD Plus other operational networks

8 Each upper-tier authority in England is required to form a health and wellbeing board as a local authority committee (15 in Y&H, 50 in north) The HWB aim is to improve integrated working between local health care, social care, public health and other public services so that patients and service users experience more joined-up care, particularly in the transition between health and social care. Determine local priorities (JSNA and joint health and wellbeing strategy) and have oversight of their delivery. Joint strategy will then inform the commissioning plans of Local Authorities and CCGs. This shared strategic view should ensure coordination of commissioning for local people. Health and well being boards (HWB)

9 9 Medical Director’s Team (8 WTE staff) Chief Nurse’s Team (8 WTE staff) Finance Director’s Team (11 WTE staff) Director of Operations & Delivery Team (9 WTE staff) Commissioning Director’s Team (13 WTE staff) Regional Team structure (x1 in north) Regional Director Director of HR and OD (2 WTE staff) Director for Patients and Information (8 WTE staff) Embedded national support centre HR, P&I and analytics staff will support both local area and regional teams.

10 10 Medical Director’s Team (11-26 WTE staff*) Nurse Director’s Team (9 WTE staff) Finance Director’s Team (13-19 WTE staff*) Director of Operations and Delivery Team (9 WTE staff) Commissioning Director’s Team (25-56 WTE staff*) Area Team structure (x9 in north) Area Director Team sizes are dependent on the direct commissioning responsibilities of the Local Area Team and whether they host clinical senates/networks.

11 CCGs Power and responsibility for commissioning the majority of services for local people £60bn nationally 68 in the North (23 in Y&H) and 212 nationally Clinically led Membership organisations made up of constituent GP practices £25 per head of population running cost allowance Buy in support from CSUs (provided by NHS or non-NHS) CCGs will be assessed against their progress on nationally set clinical outcomes plus delivering constitution within budget Commissioning (CCGs)

12 Commissioning Support Units (CSUs) Provide range of support services to CCGs 7 CSUs in the North, 23 nationally Customer supplier relationship for services such as:- Health needs assessment Service redesign Business intelligence Comms and Patient & Public Engagement Contracting and procurement Back office services such as payroll Some services at scale – comms, Business Intelligence, clinical procurement and back office (meaning that some CSUs will provide to others) Initial hosting by NHSCB until 2016 at the latest Commercially minded and customer focussed organisations required to cover costs through income from customers (CCGs and NHSCB and potentially others) Commissioning (CSUs)

13 Cheshire, Wirral, Warrington & Merseyside 12 CCGs Population 2.9m Lancashire 8 CCGs Population 1.1m Greater Manchester 12 CCGs Population 2.6m North East & Cumbria 13 CCGs Population 3.1m North Yorkshire & the Humber 8 CCGs Population 1.75m West Yorkshire 10 CCGs Population 2.4m South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw 5 CCGs Population 1.5m CSU and CCG configuration

14 Clinical Commissioning Groups 68 CCGs in the North (212 in the whole country) 13 in North East 23 in Yorks and Humber 32 in North West

15 Clinical Commissioning Groups – Yorkshire and the Humber

16 Who’s who in the regional and area teams Team Director Medical Director Director of Nursing Finance Director Dir of Commissioning Dir of Ops and Delivery Director of HR and OD Dir Patients and Info. North Regional Team Richard Barker Dr Mike Bewick Gill HarrisTim SavageDr Julie HigginsJon Develing Sally Baines To be appointed West Yorkshire Mike Potts (interim) Dr Damian Riley Sue CannonIan CurrellAlison KnowlesElaine Wyllie South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Andy Buck Dr David Black Margaret Kitching Steve Hackett Eleri de GilbertBrian Hughes North Yorkshire & Humber Chris Long Dr Paul Twomey Jo CoombsJon SwiftJulie WarrenMatt Neligan

17 Area TeamCCG NameWebsiteChairAccountable Officer Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear Cumbria CCG Hugh ReeveNigel Maguire Newcastle North & East CCG Relton CummingsMark Adams Newcastle West CCG Guy PilkingtonDavid Thorne Gateshead CCG Mark DornanMark Adams North Tyneside CCG Jane WeatherstoneMaurya Cushlow Northumberland CCG Alistair BlairJulie Ross South Tyneside CCG Matthew WalmsleyDavid Hambleton Sunderland CCG Ian PattisonDavid Gallagher Durham, Darlington & Tees Darlington CCG Andrea JonesMartin Phillips Durham Dales, Easington & Sedgefield CCG http://www.durhamdaleseasingtonsedgefieldccg.n _Dr Stewart Findlay Hartlepool & Stockton-on-Tees CCG Boleslaw PosmykAlison Wilson North Durham CCG Neil O'BrienNicola Bailey South Tees CCG Henry WatersAmanda Hume West Yorkshire Leeds South and East Andrew HarrisMatt Ward Leeds West CCGwww.leedswestccg.nhs.ukDr Gordon SinclairPhilomena Corrigan Leeds North Jason BrochNigel Gray Bradford City CCGwww.bradfordcityccg.nhs.ukDr Akram KhanHelen Hirst Bradford Districts CCG bradford-districts-clinical-commissioning-group/ Dr Andrew WithersHelen Hirst Airedale, Wharfedale & Craven Colin RenwickDr Philip Pue Calderdale Alan BrookDr Matt Walsh Greater Huddersfield Steve OllertonCarol McKenna North Kirklees David KellyChris Dowse Wakefield Phillip EarnshawJo Webster North Yorkshire & Humber Hull CCG Tony BanerjeeEmma Latimer East Riding of Yorkshire CCG Gina PalumboJane Hawkard (Designate) North East Lincs Webb_ North Lincolnshire Margaret SandersonAllison Cooke (Designate) Harrogate & Rural District CCGwww.harrogateandruraldistrictccg.nhs.ukDr Alistair IngramAmanda Bloor Scarborough and Ryedale CCG Phil GarnettSimon Cox Hambleton, Richmondshire & Whitby CCG www.hambletonrichmondshireandwhitbyccg.nhs.u k/ _Dr Vicky Pleydell Vale of York CCGwww.valeofyorkccg.nhs.uk_Dr Mark Hayes Who’s who in clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) #1

18 South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Barnsley CCG Nick BalacMark Wilkinson Bassetlaw CCG Steve KellPhil Mettam Doncaster CCG commissioning-group-dccg/ Dr Nick TupperChris Stainforth Rotherham CCG clinical-commissioning-group.htm Dr David ToothChris Edwards Sheffield Tim MoorheadIan Atkinson CWW NHS Eastern Cheshire Paul BowenJerry Hawker NHS Vale Royal CCGnhsvaleroyal.ccg@nhs.netDr Jonathan GriffithsSimon Whitehouse NHS South Cheshire CCGnhssouthcheshire.ccg@nhs.netDr Andrew WilsonSimon Whitehouse NHS Warrington Dr Andrew DaviesDr Sarah Baker NHS West Cheshire CCGwww.westcheshireccg.nhs.ukDr Huw Charles-JonesAlison Lee NHS Wirral CCGwwww.wirral.nhs.ukDr Phil JenningsDr Abhiganda Mantgani Gtr Mcr NHS Wigan Borough CCGwww.wiganboroughccg.nhs.ukDr Tim DaltonTrish Anderson NHS Bolton CCG Wirin BhatianiSusan Long NHS Bury CCGbur-pct.enquiries@nhs.netDr Kiran PatelStuart North NHS Heywood, Middleton & Rochdale CCGwww.hmr.nhs.ukDr Chris Duffy (Designate)Lesley Mort NHS North Manchester WhitingSimon Wootton NHS Central Manchester Dr Mike Eeckelears (Designate)Ian Williamson NHS South Manchester CCG s/southmanchesterccg/ Dr Bill TamkinCaroline Kurzeja NHS Oldham CCG guage/en-US/Default.aspx Dr Ian WilkinsonDenis Gizzi NHS Salford CCG Hamish StedmanAlan Campbell NHS Stockport CCGwww.stockportccg.orgJane Crombleholme Dr Ranjit Gill CO Gaynor Mullins NHS Tameside and Glossop CCG Raj Patel (Interim)Steve Allinson NHS Trafford CCG Kath SuttonDr Nigel Guest (Interim) Lancs NHS Blackburn with Darwen Slater (Lay Chair) Dr Chris Clayton COO Debbie Nixon NHS Blackpool CCGwww.blackpoolccg.nhs.ukRoy Fisher Dr Amanda Doyle COO David Bonson NHS Greater Preston CCGwww.centrallancashire.nhs.ukDr Ann BowmanJan Ledward NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCGwww.centrallancashire.nhs.ukDr Gora BangiJan Ledward NHS West Lancashire CCGwww.westlancashireccg.nhs.ukDr John CaineMike Maguire NHS East Lancashire CCGwww.eastlancsccg.nhs.ukDiane Van Ruitenbeek Dr Mike Ions COO Tim Mansfield NHS Lancashire North CCG Alex GawAndrew Bennett NHS Fylde and Wyre CCG Mike Niland Dr Tony Naughton COO Peter Tinson Mersey NHS St Helens CCGwww.sthelensccg.nhs.ukWilliam GuestDr Steve Cox Clinical AO NHS Halton CCGwww.haltonccg.nhs.ukDr Cliff RichardsSimon Banks NHS Knowsley CCGwww.knowsleyccg.nhs.ukDr Andy PryceDianne Johnson NHS Liverpool CCG Dr Nadim FazlaniKatherine Sheerin NHS South Sefton CCG Dr Clive ShawFiona Clark NHS Southport and Formby CCG Dr Niall LeonardFiona Clark Who’s who in clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) #2

19 Thank you Tim Barton NHS North of England

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