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Date: 22 September 2018
Each year the CCG agrees a set of corporate objectives that set out our aims for the coming year. Our objectives last year focussed on three main transformation programmes: urgent and emergency care, mental health and planned care – specifically the referral to treatment (RTT) challenge. In addition, we also had a specific objective on primary care transformation, ensuring high quality care from services commissioned as well as continuing to develop our CCG and local system into one enabling us to deliver better outcomes, quality and financial effectiveness. The new objectives build on those from last year, with an increased focus on a system approach.
Our objectives for 2017/18 are:
A brief summary of each objective can be found in the download section of this page.
QIPP – Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention – is a large scale transformational programme for the NHS, involving all NHS staff, clinicians, patients and the voluntary sector. It will improve the quality of care the NHS delivers while making efficiency savings so that money can be reinvested in frontline care.
The national QIPP workstreams fit into three key areas identified in order to deliver the quality and productivity challenge.
At each CCG governing body meeting, a finance report is presented which covers:
You can see the latest governing body papers here.
Clinical commissioning Groups need to procure and locally appoint their own auditors for the year 2017-18 and subsequent financial years; as well as managing the contracts going forward. This notice relates to the appointment of External Auditors for the following clinical commissioning groups (CCGs): The East London (WEL/BHR) CCGs collaborated to procure External Audit Services (EAS) to start from 1 April 2017 up until 31 March 2020. More information on this can be found here.