Calderdale Health and Well Being Board After Six Months


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This was an outline of the progress and chalenges facing the Health and Well being board in Calderdale in the light of the first six months experience.

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Calderdale Health and Well Being Board After Six Months

  1. 1. Health and Wellbeing Board Review Cllr Tim Swift Chair, Health and Wellbeing Board Adult Health and Social Care Scrutiny Panel 5 November 2013
  2. 2. Agenda What has gone well over the past six months! Challenges - areas where progress has not taken place as anticipated! New year issues emerging during the
  3. 3. What has gone well Transition to statutory board Appropriate Wellbeing membership strategy approval Embedding the six priorities Developing a focus for work Developing the leadership role
  4. 4. What has gone well (2) Developing effective structures A Communications and Engagement Strategy Links to national and regional support networks Establishment of Healthwatch Transfer of Public Health into Local Authority Good progress on JSNA refresh
  5. 5. Challenges Expectations and workload placed on Boards by the Government. Challenge of how we really drive the Wellbeing Strategy Planned review e in January 2014 What’s our relationship with other key players? ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Scrutiny Calderdale Assembly Strategic Review Full Council
  6. 6. Challenges (2) Financial pressures on all partners Unrealistic expectations Extensive “promotion and guidance” Local capacity to drive change is limited and constrained Integrated Transformation Fund
  7. 7. Where next? National cross party support for HWB Continuing unrealistic expectations Space for the local agenda So questions are Adequate structures without duplication? Broad or narrower focus?