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Health & Wellbeing

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Health & Well Being Reps

There are two seats for voluntary and community sectors reps on the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Your Reps on this board are:

Representatives – Anne Hastings, Age UK and Joanne Mackinnon, Welcome/SIAS
(for more information or feedback email anne.hastings@ageuksolihull.org.uk or joannemackinnon@welcome-solihull.org.uk)
Alternate – David Williams, Solihull Care

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Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 27 Nov 18

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 27th November 2018

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Solihull Together

Nick Page, SMBC Chief Executive and Chair of Solihull Together update the Board on the approach, priorities, workstreams and progress of the Solihull Together Board.  The merger of Solihull CCG into the new Birmingham and Solihull CCG, the merger

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Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 18 Sep 18

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 18th September 2018

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

BSOL Plans

Paul Jennings, Chief Executive of Birmingham and Solihull CCG presented on the plans for BSol.  They are working to tackle and reduce health inequalities. The NHS 10-year plan is due to be published in November and the CCG 5-year

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Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 20 Mar 18

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 20th March 2018

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Solihull Safeguarding Adults mid-year report

The Board were updated on the recent Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) to determine what the relevant agencies and individuals involved in the care and support of a man with Learning Disabilities and Autism might have done

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Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 23 Jan 18

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 23rd January 2018

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:
Early help in Solihull

The Board were updated on changes to Early Help in Solihull and the shift to a more targeted service offer which involves interventions for people who are at risk of, or already exhibiting problems.  This has been

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Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Report from Health & Wellbeing board – 7 Nov 17

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board
Date of Meeting: 07th November 2017

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Draft JSNA 2017/18 Summary Update

A full Joint Strategic Needs Assessment was completed in 2013, with annual updates and this latest version is to inform Solihull’s Strategic priorities. It has been informed by the stakeholder workshop and through the SMBC’s DLT

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Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 6 Sep 17

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 06th September 2017

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Leaders Board

It was acknowledged that the Leaders Board has not met for some time, but has not been stood down and is under review.

Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services from 2018

The H&WB Board were advised of the new arrangements

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Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 13 Jun 17

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 13th June 2017

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Election of Chairman and Vice-Chairman

It was confirmed that Councillor Ken Meeson is to continue as Chairman for the 2017/18 Municipal Year, and Dr Annand Chitnis, Solihull CCG is to continue as Vice-Chairman.

Birmingham and Solihull Sustainable Transformation Plan (STP)

An engagement

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Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 28 Mar 17

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 28th March  2017

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  
Commissioning of Care Homes

The H&WBB were given a briefing on the state of the local care home market.  Of the 27 Registered Care Homes in Solihull, only one is CQC quality rated as Outstanding, 16 are rated as Good

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Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 13 Sep 16

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 13th September 2016

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:
All Age Autism Strategy

The H&WBB were asked to consider the proposed governance reporting process as it had been decided back in January 2016 that having a separate Autism Partnership Board to be the most effective vehicle to ensure the delivery of

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Monday, September 12th, 2016

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 26 Jul 16

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 26th July 2016

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Birmingham & Solihull Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)

The STP work programmes have now been established as follows:

United Maternity Programme – developing new models of care for maternity and newborn services
Community Care First (Reforming Out of Hospital Care) – developing

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