June Pathfinder Learning Network event breakout session: health and wellbeing boards
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  • 1. Health and Wellbeing Boards and effective working with Local Government Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011
  • 2. Overview Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Health and Wellbeing Boards and effective working with Local Government The session focused on exploratory discussions around the nature and role of the Health and Wellbeing boards and their relationships with other organisations.
  • 3. Key discussion points
    • Discussion around the fact the Health and Wellbeing boards are not a replacement for overview and scrutiny committees
    • Consortia need to be fully engaged with/at the centre of the Health & Wellbeing Boards
    • Questions around whether any commissioning can be joined up e.g. frail elderly, mental health - commissioning for integrated provision
    • Anxiety the consortia are being set up to take the blame for major service changes. The shifting of the responsibility for cuts to GPs could potentially damage to the GP/patient relationship
    • Local Authorities previous experience makes them a quick route for patient and public engagement consultations etc
    • Spread the economy - more effective to save £9 one million times than £9 million once
    • Possibility of consortia straddling two Local Authorities - does there need to be representation on both boards?
    • Joint assessments mean there is a need for pragmatism and common sense
    • Importance to develop mutual trust
    Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Health and Wellbeing Boards and effective working with Local Government
  • 4. Next steps - locally
    • Community prosperity markers
    • Improve networking
    • Link Pathfinder Development with Health and Wellbeing Board Early Implementers for learning together
    • Support GPs to learn with elected members
    Breakout session from Pathfinder Learning Network event – 7 June 2011 Health and Wellbeing Boards and effective working with Local Government Next steps - nationally