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Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (Plan) 2012-2015. Mick Hancock Assistant Director Joint Commissioning. Introduction. In the Health and Social Care Act, the Government says we should have a Health and Wellbeing Board in place by April 1 st 2013

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Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (Plan) 2012-2015

Mick Hancock

Assistant Director

Joint Commissioning


  • In the Health and Social Care Act, the Government says we should have a Health and Wellbeing Board in place by April 1st 2013

  • Its job is to make sure we have the right health, social care and wellbeing services

  • The people on the Board are local commissioners of health and social care, public health, councillors, patient/user representatives and the voluntary sector

What does the Board do?

  • Two key tasks of the new Health and Wellbeing Board are:

  • To write the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) (more about this in a minute)

  • To write the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) (Plan)

  • The Law says Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (MKCCG) and Milton Keynes Council (MKC) must do these 2 things

  • Both must be published



Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

  • The JSNA will tell us:

    • How things like money, housing and education affect health and well being

    • About changes in the number of people who live in MK

    • If people are not as healthy as other people – why is this?



For example, the JSNA can tell us about

  • People who need a better place to live

  • How many carers live in Milton Keynes and care for more than 50 hours per week

  • People’s education (do they have 5 GCSEs including English / Maths)

  • How many adults smoke

  • How many people we think will need to goto hospital

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Things the JHW Board must do:

  • Write a shared strategy (plan) to do the things the JSNA said people need

  • Commissioners have to look at the plan before they buy services

  • Write an annual report to tell people how they are doing

  • NHS Commissioning Board must look at how MK CCG has done these things

What the Joint Health & Wellbeing Board need to do

There are 9 important things for them to do:

Improve Wellbeing

  • Healthier Lifestyles

    • Smoking, Exercise, Diet, Alcohol, Sexual Health, Healthy Workplaces

  • Mental Health

    • IAPT (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies), dementia, self esteem, exercise

  • The strength of community

    • Work with families, connections, carers

Reduce Early Deaths and Tackle Major Diseases

  • Help to stop diseases and deaths

    • Give the same advice to everyone

    • Find illnesses quickly

    • Tell people how to look after themselves if they are ill

  • Accidents and Injuries

    • Over 65s and under 5s

  • Reduce unnecessary hospital admissions

    • Find people most at risk and target services

    • Reduce people admitted from care homes

    • End of life care within the community

    • Join up more health and social care services

Reduce health inequalities

  • Reduce poverty

    • Employment opportunities

    • High quality child care

    • Affordable housing

    • Children in poverty

  • Equitable employment opportunities

    • Focus on 18-25 years

    • Those with disabilities

    • Long term unemployed

  • Vulnerable adults and children

    • Maximise capabilities

    • Children gain good development level at 5 years

    • Safeguarding – high quality and integrated


  • December 2011 – first Shadow Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB)

  • Tasks identified included:

    • JSNA

    • MK Health and Wellbeing Strategy

  • Jan – May 2012 Monthly meetings of Strategy Development Group

  • 24th May Shadow HWB – agreed strategy consultation

  • 23rd August Consultation closed

  • 27th September Final Draft to Shadow HWB

  • 2nd October CCG Board approval

  • 17th October MKC Cabinet

  • 23rd November Strategy Launch – Stadium MK

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