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Worcestershire Health & Wellbeing Board. Worcestershire Partnership 16 October 2012. Overview of Health & Well-being Boards. Key part of Health & Social Care Bill Established by all Unitary / Upper Tier authorities as statutory committees from April 2013

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    1. Worcestershire Health & Wellbeing Board Worcestershire Partnership 16 October 2012

    2. Overview of Health & Well-being Boards • Key part of Health & Social Care Bill • Established by all Unitary / Upper Tier authorities as statutory committees from April 2013 • Produce Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and Joint Health and Well-being Strategy • Strategic influence over commissioning decisions across NHS, public health and social care • Drive local commissioning of health care, public health and social care and create a more effective and responsive local health and care system

    3. “At the heart of the new local health and wellbeing system” “Bring together Councils and CCGs to develop a shared understanding of the health and wellbeing needs of the community and how these can be met” Strengthen democratic legitimacy by involving democratically elected representatives and patient representatives in commissioning decisions” “Provide a forum for challenge, discussion, and the involvement of local people”

    4. Worcestershire Health & Well-being Board • Developmental meetings since May 2011 • Stakeholder event 30 May 2012 • Followed by first public meeting • Bi-monthly meetings in 2012/13

    5. Current membership • Cabinet Member for Health & Well-being (Chair) • Leader of the Council • Directors of Adult and Community Services, Children’s Services and Public Health • West Mercia PCT Cluster member • CCG Leads • One member from the District Councils in each CCG area • Chair of LINks / Healthwatch • VCS member

    6. Key operating priorities for 2012/13 • Joint Health and Well-being Strategy • Engagement and partnerships • Oversight of Joint Commissioning • Ongoing Developmental Agenda

    7. Joint Health and Well-being Strategy • Based on JSNA and Board workshops • Draft for consultation 30 May 2012 • Three month consultation period • 148 responses • Final version approved 26 September 2012

    8. Context • Health improving but pockets of poor health • Rising demand for health and social care - but • Substantial savings required across public sector including NHS and County Council • Ageing population • Lifestyle related health and social problems • Mental health and well-being key to quality of life

    9. Vision Worcestershire residents are healthier, live longer and have a better quality of life, especially those communities and groups whose health is currently poorest.  This will mean: Integrating and improving the quality and value for money of health and social care services A greater emphasis on prevention, early intervention and early help to avoid future ill health, disability and social problems

    10. Principles • Partnership and shared ownership • Empowerment and individual responsibility • Local action • Evidence base – build on what works • Involvement of public, patients, services users and carers • Transparency and accountability

    11. Priorities Three groups for focus SCS Four priorities Older people & long term illness Children & young people Older people & management of long term conditions Communities with poor health outcomes Health inequalities Mental health & well-being Mental health & well-being People with learning disabilities Obesity Alcohol Delivery through two themes Building healthy communities Improving & integrating health & social care Acute hospital services Health protection Safeguarding Key assurances

    12. Engagement and partnerships • Public attendance and participation at meetings • Through Board members • Stakeholder events • ‘Big Debates’ on key issues • Health and Well-being virtual network • Community Leadership programme

    13. Worcestershire Health & Wellbeing Board:Any questions?