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Leicester City Health and Wellbeing Board and transition from LINk to HealthWatch Rod Moore, Deputy Director of Public Health and Health Improvement, NHS Leicester City
Department of Health Public Health England Within DH NHS Commissioning Board NHS Budget Public Health Budget Adult Social Care funding Local Authority Providers GP Consortia GP’s Health and Wellbeing Boards Ring-fenced grant NHS funding
Local government to facilitate joined up commissioning plans across the NHS, social care, public health and other local partners via Health and Well Being Boards
H&WB Boards will have a duty to involve users and the public – strengthening of the public voice via Healthwatch
H&WB Board to be involved in development of CCG’s commissioning plans for health care services and a stronger expectation that these will be in line with H&WB Strategy. No veto but H&WB Board can refer plans back to CCG or up to NHS Commissioning Board
Will be established as an executive body of the local authority from April 2013.
During the transition period prior to April 2013, the shadow Health and Well Being Board will work towards this arrangement and will report formally to the Cabinet of Leicester City Council and to the Board of NHS Leicester City.
Chaired by the City Mayor and will have a total of 12 members:
Local Authority elected members 3,
NHS 3 (shadow CCG and PCT Cluster Chief Executive),
Local Authority defined officers (Directors of Public Health, Adult Social Care, Children and Young People) 3,
Supported by a group of senior officers from the NHS and local authority, currently called the Operational Task and Finish Group for Health Transition.