Presentation on theme: "HAMPSHIRE JOINT HEALTH & WELLBEING BOARD Dr Ruth Milton DPH Hampshire."— Presentation transcript:
HAMPSHIRE JOINT HEALTH & WELLBEING BOARD Dr Ruth Milton DPH Hampshire
Requirement for a Health & Wellbeing Board Health & Social Care Act (2012) & Statutory Instrument – 2013 number: 218 –Each upper tier/unitary local authority –A committee of the local authority –Specified core membership –Responsibilities Integrated working Joint health & wellbeing strategy informed by JSNA
Board Members at least one councillor of the local authority, director of adult social services director of children’s services director of public health representative of the Local Healthwatch a representative of each relevant clinical commissioning group, and such other persons, or representatives of such other persons, as the local authority thinks appropriate.
Hampshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board Development process –2011-2012 – start to meet in seminar form to agree local membership –2012-2013 – Shadow Board meetings Establishment of supporting “architecture” Develop initial Joint Health & Wellbeing Strategy –April 2013 – go live!
Hampshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board Shadow membership Members: Leader, Lead for Children, Lead for Adults DASS, DCS, DPH Each CCG (all 5!) Links for Healthwatch Others: Voluntary sector, PCT Cluster for NHS England, Chair of HOSC as observer, HCC Director of Policy & Governance
Hampshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board Architecture
HAMPSHIRE’S JOINT HEALTH AND WELLBEING STRATEGY Starting Well – so every child can thrive Living Well – so people choose to live healthier lives Ageing Well – so people remain independent, have choice and control and timely access to high quality services Healthier Communities – so people live in strong and supportive communities
DEVELOPMENT PROCESS JSNA provided the four strategic areas Workshop June 2012 3 month consultation –>1200 responses Another workshop Board agreed priority areas -
MAKING A DIFFERENCE The Strategy will focus on supporting: Fewer people die from preventable ill health Reducing health inequalities across Hampshire Improving community based services so that fewer people need costly hospital and long term care
What next? Council Elections May 2 Update HCC constitution to reflect new duties Deliver JHWS, update and informed by updated JSNA Quick wins but also - start to tackle the big issues