This page is a printable version of: http://www.haveringccg.nhs.uk/Our-work/spending-nhs-money-wisely.htm
Date: 25 September 2017
The NHS is facing a challenging time. There is rising local demand for NHS services and the cost and availability of treatments continues to increase, which means it is all the more essential that we spend our limited resources in the most effective way.
BHR CCGs need to make £55 million of local savings in the 2017/18 financial year, and so we are looking at:
You can tell us your views by completing this questionnaire.
Come and talk to us about our proposals at the following events, We will be regularly updating this page as more events are booked in.
Monday 9 October 2017, 11am - 12 noon
103 Cranbrook road
Ilford IG1 4PU
Tuesday 10 October 2017, 4pm
Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee
Redbridge Town Hall
We are looking at our proposals and if they might discriminate or disadvantage against the following characteristics:
As part of this work, we will carry out an initial EIA (this will be uploaded here shortly).
We will take into account people’s responses to our proposals and this will inform a more detailed EIA, which will go to our governing bodies to consider before any decision is made about these proposals.
From March – May 2017, we ran a consultation asking people what they thought about proposals to stop funding a number of treatments and procedures as we look to make savings for the local NHS. Follow this link to download a copy of the Spending NHS money wisely – summary of decisions reached.
To find out more, read Spending NHS money wisely.
Follow this link for a copy of the easy read version of Spending NHS money wisely. The engagement on this closed on Thursday 18 May 2017. Thank you to everyone who took the time to read our proposals and give us their feedback.
Find out more about the evidence used to inform the decision at the meeting of the three Governing Bodies on 29 June 2017.
As part of our work, we asked people to suggest other ways that the NHS might save money. To see what they said read the You said we did document.
Follow this link to read our initial EIA.