Agenda and minutes

Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board
Wednesday, 19th February, 2020 2.00 pm

Venue: Committee Room 1, Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Charles Yankiah  0161 474 3206

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1.

Appointment of Chair 2019/20

To appoint a Chair of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board for the remainder of 2019/20.

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Minutes:

RESOLVED – That Dr Cath Briggs be appointed Chair of the Board for the remainder of the municipal year and Councillor Tom McGee be appointed the Vice Chair for the remainder of the municipal year.

 

In the absence of Dr Cath Briggs, Councillor Tom McGee was in the Chair

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2.

Confirmation of Membership 2019/20

To confirm the following membership of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board for the remainder of 2019/20: -

 

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council: -

Councillor Elise Wilson – Leader of the Council

Councillor Tom McGee – Cabinet Member, Resources, Commissioning & Governance

Councillor Jude Wells – Cabinet Member, Adult Care & Health

 

Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG): -

Dr Catherine Briggs – Clinical Chair, CCG

Andrea Green – Accountable Officer, CCG

Mark Chidgey – Chief Finance Officer, CCG

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Minutes:

The Board considered a number of changes to the membership of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board since the last meeting of the Board: -

 

·         Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council: -

Councillor Elise Wilson – Leader of the Council

Councillor Tom McGee – Cabinet Member, Resources, Commissioning & Governance

Councillor Jude Wells – Cabinet Member, Adult Care & Health

 

·         Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG): -

Dr Catherine Briggs – Clinical Chair, CCG

Andrea Green – Accountable Officer, CCG

Mark Chidgey – Chief Finance Officer, CCG

 

The Board welcomed the new members to the Board and expressed its gratitude to the previous members for their contributions and attendance.

 

RESOLVED – That the membership be approved.

3.

Apologies for Absence

To note any apologies for absence submitted by Members of the Board.

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Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Elise Wilson and Dr Cath Briggs.

4.

Minutes

To approve as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting held on 5 February 2019.

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Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting of the Board held on 5 February 2019 were approved as a correct record.

5.

Public Questions

To consider and respond to any questions submitted by Members of the Public related to the remit of the Health and Care Integrated Commissioning Board no later than 24 hours prior to the meeting.

 

Questions should be submitted in writing to charles.yankiah@stockport.gov.uk

 

 *Any questions requiring a detailed response will be shared with the Board and responded to following the meeting in writing.

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No public questions had been received.

6.

Finance Reports

To consider the joint finance reports of the Pooled Budgets at Stockport Council and Stockport CCG to include:

 

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6a

2018/19 Pooled Budget: Budget Monitoring - Q4 (Outturn) pdf icon PDF 397 KB

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The Borough Treasurer submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) on the financial performance at Quarter 4 (Outturn) for the 2018/19 Section 75 Pooled Budget between Stockport MBC and Stockport CCG.

 

The Board commented on the joint work and budgeting arrangements for £200k being delivered and how it had been managed to date.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Quarter 4 (Outturn) Pooled Budget for 2018/19 be approved.

 

(2) That the outturn position of a £2.551m deficit be noted.

 

6b

2019/20 Pooled Budget: Budget Setting & Q3 Forecast pdf icon PDF 319 KB

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The Borough Treasurer submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) setting out the 2019/20 Pooled Budget for Stockport Council and Stockport CCG and the Quarter 3 forecast.

 

It was noted that the deficit of £2.6m was just above 1% and had been documented and presented to both the Council and the CCG. However, significant pressures were ongoing in care management and non-residential care, but the care requirements of the residents were continued to be met.

 

The Board discussed the collective assurances provided by the Council and the CCG, despite the health care pressures. It was also clear that there was still an appropriate way to spend the finances to continue to provide care in the community, rather than have residents wait in hospitals.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the 2019/20 Pooled Budget included within the scope of the s75 Agreement for the two-year funding agreement be approved.

 

(2) That the Quarter 3 Forecast outturn position and the deficit of £2.607m deficit be noted.

VOTE OF THANKS

Councillor McGee thanked Mark Chidgey for his service, as it was his last meeting before leaving the employment of the CCG. On behalf of the Board, the Vice Chair thanked Mark Chidgey for his support and wished him well in his future endeavours.

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