Agenda and minutes

Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board
Monday, 1st November, 2021 12.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Georgia Latham  (0161 474 3229)

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Items
No. Item

1.

Election of Chair 2021/22

To elect a Chair of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board for the remainder of 2021/22.

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Minutes:

RESOLVED – That Councillor Jude Wells be appointed Chair of the Board for the remainder of the municipal year 2021/22.

2.

Confirmation of Membership 2021/22

To confirm the following membership of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board for the remainder of 2021/22: -

 

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,

Michael Cullen – Chief Finance Officer, CCG

 

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Minutes:

The Board considered the membership of the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board for the remainder of 2021/22 as follows: -

 

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

Michael Cullen – Chief Finance Officer, CCG

 

RESOLVED – That the Board membership for 2021/22 be approved.

3.

Apologies for Absence

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

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Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Elise Wilson, Dr Catherine Briggs and Andrea Green.

4.

Declarations of Interest

Councillors and officers to declare any interests which they have in any of the items to be considered as part of the agenda.

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Minutes:

No declarations of interest were submitted.

5.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 190 KB

To approve as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting held on 31 March 2021.

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Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting of the Board held on 31 March 2021 were approved as a correct record.

6.

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 georgia.latham@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 were submitted.

7.

Establishment of a Section 75 Task and Finish Group pdf icon PDF 314 KB

To consider a report of the Chief Finance Officer (CCG) and Deputy Chief Executive (S151 Officer) (SMBC).

 

The report outlines the proposal for the establishment of a Section 75 Task and Finish Group reporting to the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board (HCICB) and presents the draft Terms of Reference for approval.

 

The Board is requested to establish the Stockport Locality Section 75 Task and Finish Group and approve the proposed Terms of Reference for the Task and Finish Group, attached at Appendix 1.

 

Officer Contact: David Dolman, david.dolman@nhs.net

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Minutes:

The Chief Finance Officer (CCG) and Deputy Chief Executive (S151 Officer) (SMBC) submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) outlining the proposal for the establishment of a Section 75 Task and Finish Group reporting to the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board (HCICB) and presenting the draft Terms of Reference for approval.

 

The Board welcomed the report and the proposals for the Task and Finish Group to support the Health & Care Integrated Commissioning Board.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Stockport Locality Section 75 Task and Finish Group be approved.

 

(2) That the proposed Terms of Reference for the Task and Finish Group as attached at Appendix 1 be approved.

8.

2020/21 Pooled Budget: Budget Monitoring - Q4 (Outturn) pdf icon PDF 479 KB

To consider a report of the Chief Finance Officer (CCG) and Deputy Chief Executive (S151 Officer) (SMBC).

 

The report focuses on the financial performance at Quarter 4 (Outturn) for the 2020/21 Section 75 pooled budget between Stockport Council and Stockport CCG, which supports the ongoing s.75 agreement between the two organisations.

 

The Board is requested to approve the Q4 (Outturn) budget movements and note the outturn position of a £5.342m deficit.

 

Officer Contact: David Dolman, david.dolman@nhs.net

 

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Minutes:

The Chief Finance Officer (CCG) and Deputy Chief Executive (S151 Officer) (SMBC) submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) focusing on the financial performance at Quarter 4 (Outturn) for the 2020/21 Section 75 pooled budget between Stockport Council and Stockport CCG, which supported the ongoing s.75 agreement between the two organisations.

 

The following comments were made/issues raised: -

 

·         Budget for 2020/21 was £248.625m with all contributions reflected in the adjustments made for non-acute services for older people.

·         There was an increase in CCG contributions referenced in Table 3 of the report which also reflected the additional funding in Q4 for Covid-19.

·         There was a £5.3m deficit mainly due to the Council, which was offset by a grant from Government to the Council.

·         The CCG met all of its statutory and financial performance targets in terms of breaking even during the financial year.

·         2020/21 was a unique year for both the CCG and the Council together with its partners.

·         The system as a whole including the Council, the CCG and all of its care providers had done well throughout the pandemic.

·         Delivered efficiencies during the year and improved processes and outcomes for the residents of Stockport with resilience and robustness.

·         The Board welcomed the support from Government during the unprecedented year for all.

 

The Board thanked all the staff, all partnerships and the provider markets across the entire system for all the hard work while working with a finite set of funds given all the financial costs.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Q4 (Outturn) budget movements be approved.

 

(2) That the outturn position of a £5.342m deficit be noted.