Presentation on theme: "Mental Health Strategy Event Clinical Commissioning Groups Dr Chris Harris GP – The Ridge Chair – GPCE Clinical Director, Partnerships & Health Inequalities,"— Presentation transcript:
Mental Health Strategy Event Clinical Commissioning Groups Dr Chris Harris GP – The Ridge Chair – GPCE Clinical Director, Partnerships & Health Inequalities, Bradford CCG
Content CCG Structures CCG Roles Setting and delivering the Strategy Collaborative Working Commissioning Support Any Questions?
CCG Structures 3 Shadow CCGs – Bradford (337,000), Airedale, Wharfedale & Craven (157,000), Bradford City (108,000) Board Membership inc GPs, lay people, nurse, secondary care consultant, Accountable Officer & Chair roles Council of Representatives (Member Practices) Constitution - setting out arrangements and agreed with member practices Statutory organisations from April 2013
CCG Roles Commissioning services for local population Planning, agreeing and monitoring services Working in partnership - LA, other CCGs Reduce health inequalities Keep within budget £££ Governance requirements Duty to co-operate – MH Act, services for carers Public body duties – human rights, safeguarding
Strategy Joint Strategic Needs Assessment NHS Outcomes Framework – improving outcomes Health and Wellbeing Boards Improving Quality – QIPP, CQUINs Transformation and Integration
Collaborative Working Across CCGs – strategic alignment, shared clinical lead roles inc Mental Health and LD, lead commissioner roles for major provider contracts Local Authority – joint commissioning agenda, integration agenda, Health and Well Being… Providers, community and voluntary sector, patients and public ++
Commissioning Support Range of functions, expertise and specialists to support CCGs to commission effectively Build, buy, share options CCGs small organisations – running costs £25 per head population Service level agreements with PCT Cluster for commissioning support – through CCG shadow period Future models and commissioning support organisations being developed in line with CCGs needs