Public Service Commissioning: A public health perspective

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Key note presentation from Carole Wood, Director of Public Health Gateshead which was part of the Cultural Commissioning National Seminar in London on the 6th June 2014.

Find out more about Cultural Commissioning Programme. http://www.ncvo.org.uk/practical-support/public-services/cultural-commissioning-programme

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Public Service Commissioning: A public health perspective

  1. 1. Public Service Commissioning: A public health perspective  Carole Wood Director of Public Health Gateshead
  2. 2. What commissioners want • Outcomes • Evidence • Flexibility • Value for money • Engagement • Competition • Social value / added value
  3. 3. Commissioning is changing… • Commissioning organisations –a new landscape • Choice • Market development • Collaborative commissioning  • Co‐design and co‐production: from passive recipient  to active participant • Personalisation and personal budgets • Governance process and arrangements
  4. 4. Local authority responsibilities for public  health from 1 April 2013 • Director of Public Health  • Health and Wellbeing Boards • “Duty to take such steps it considers appropriate to  improve the health of the people in its area” • Opportunity to widen and strengthen existing role in  health improvement • Ring‐fenced public health grant from national  allocation to commission a range of services, some of  which are mandatory • Strategic needs assessment • Public health outcomes framework
  5. 5. From illness to wellness • New delivery models  • Inequalities  • Recognition of place shaping eg neighbourhood  pride, social bridging and bonding • Engagement • Co‐production and self care • Resilience of individuals and communities • Mobilising local skills and assets
  6. 6. Five Ways to Wellbeing • Connect • Be active • Take Notice • Keep learning • Give 
  7. 7. Tackling premature deaths due to smoking in  Wrekenton
  8. 8. Creativity, ambition and working  together 

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