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Friday, February 12th, 2016

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 26 Jan 16

REPRESENTATIVE MEETING REPORT

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 26th January 2016

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Care Quality commission (CQC) Inspection of Heart of England Foundation Trust

The Care Quality Commission completed an unannounced inspection of the Trust on 7th/8th December 2014.  Final reports were received by the Trust in June 2015.  Overall the

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Friday, February 12th, 2016

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 3 Nov 15

REPRESENTATIVE MEETING REPORT

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 3rd November 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Easy Care Project update

Ian Philp, Deputy Director for Older People from HeFT provided an update on the Easy Care Project which was set up to help improve the lives of older people, identify the risks and

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Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Report from Health and Wellbeing board – Sept 2015

Meeting Name:
Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting:
8th September 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Better Care Fund

The Quarter one progress report on Solihull’s Better Care Fund has been submitted, however performance in a key area measured by reduction  in not elective activity had failed to meet the target for payment on performance and therefore under

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Thursday, August 13th, 2015

Health and Wellbeing Board – June 2015 Report

Meeting Name:
Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting:
16th June 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed

The Health and Wellbeing Strategy is due for review – a timetable will be presented to the July meeting  and workshops will be held with stakeholders and providers to afford them an opportunity to input to the strategy.

Update on the implementation of

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Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – July 2015

Meeting date: July 2015

Rep: Joanne MacKinnon

1. Board members were surveyed and response was not very high. A new board development meeting is planned in September.

2. HWBB Scorecard-No leads present at meeting. Early help strategy approved/recruits started.

Goes live October 2015-Fedback on service effectiveness could be led by early help team.

However, cautious not to overload Q’s particularly those

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Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 27 Jan 2015

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 27th January 2015

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

The Draft Solihull Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment was presented by the Stephen Mundy from Public Health. The report has been completed and is now being circulated for comment and consultation.  The assessment found that Solihull’s population currently enjoys good access to pharmaceutical

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Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Report from Health & Wellbeing Board – 1 July 2014

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 1st July 2014

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

The Clinical Commissioning Group – Effectiveness Review Group reported that as part of their financial plans the Solihull CCG is required to deliver savings of £10.1 million in 2014/2015 and £7.6million in 2015/2016. It was noted that much of the deterioration

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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Report from Health and Wellbeing Board – 23 Sep 2014

Report by: Joanne Mackinnon

1. Governance and Scrutiny of Francis report recommendations

The board discussed the HWBB role in ensuring the recommendations of the Francis report are fully implemented in Solihull. HWBB scrutiny has already carried out some work. The report has 200 recommendations for National regional and local bodies-commssioners/LA’s? scrutiny. Recommendations are very wide ranging. Action

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Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Health & Wellbeing Board report – 1st April 2014

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 1st April 2014

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

The Health and Wellbeing Board and Children and Young People’s Trust Board Merger was presented by the Senior Public Health Specialist, detailing how the Health and Wellbeing Strategy had been revised, to ensure major issues on the Children and Young People’s

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Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Health & Wellbeing Board meeting – 4th March 2014

Meeting Name: Health and Wellbeing Board

Date of Meeting: 04th March 2014

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed

REACH PROJECT – The English Version of the American game REACH has been developed and tested at Birmingham University. The game is used to ask participants to prioritise interventions that help address the social determinants of health. Three groups have

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