Adult Social Care and Health – 1 March

Warwickshire’s scrutiny committee for Adult Social Care and Health will meet on 1 March 2016.  Below you will find a link to the Agenda and reports for the meeting, which will start at 10am in Committee Room 2 at Shire Hall, Warwick. Link
The Agenda for the next meeting includes the following items:
  • Oxfordshire Health and Care Transformation
  • Care Homes
  • One Organisational Plan Performance Monitoring Report
  • Joint Strategic Needs Assessment – Outcomes
  • Compliments & Complaints – Adult Social Care
  • Work Programme
If you require any further information regarding this meeting, please contact Paul Spencer.

Health and Wellbeing Board – 23 January 2016


Warwickshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board, the strategic partnership board for health and wellbeing in the County meets next on Monday, 23 January. The  Board is receiving development support facilitated by the Kings Fund, to further improve the way it operates, this being the second of three development sessions. As part of this, the Board’s Agenda has been split into three areas, to provide updates, substantive items and board management reports.

This agenda includes updates on:

  • The Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub – a Six Month Report
  • District and Borough Councillors will report on the health and wellbeing activity in their authorities
  • The Officer Executive Group will explain the areas discussed at its December meeting

The Substantive Item this time concerns  the  Coventry and Warwickshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan.

The following board management items will be considered:

  • Health and Wellbeing Board Management
  • Health and Wellbeing Board Sub-Committee – Children and Adults Mental Health Service Transformation Plan Refresh
  • Forward Plan

Further details for this Board meeting,  the agenda and reports are available here

If you would like to contact Democratic Services, the officer for this meeting is Paul Spencer – email



Adult Social Care and Health OSC – 23 November

The next scrutiny session for health and social care matters in Warwickshire will be held at Shire Hall in Warwick from 10am on 23 November.

The Committee will hear from South Warwickshire Foundation Trust’s Chief Executive, Glen Burley about their recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission. There are two key social care updates about the delivery of domiciliary care and housing related support.

Further areas to be covered in this meeting are an update from the Health and Wellbeing Board on the planned refresh of its Health and Wellbeing Strategy and the quarterly performance monitoring report. You can see a copy of the meeting documents here

Adult Social Care and Health OSC – 14 September

Warwickshire’s scrutiny committee for health and adult social care matters will be meeting on 14 September. This Committee comprises elected members from the County, District and Borough Councils, working closely with Healthwatch Warwickshire and others to scrutinise a broad range of health and social care services. This time, the Committee will be considering the following items:

  • Healthwatch Warwickshire will update on their Personal Independence and Resilience work.
  • The Committee will consider the 2015/16 out turn and 2016/17 Quarter 1 performance reports of the Council’s ‘One Organisational Plan’.
  • South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group have provided a briefing and the Committee will ask questions on the future of GP Services at Studley Health Centre.
  • The Committee have requested an update on the achievement of milestones set out in the system redesign of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
  • Simon Gilby, Chief Executive of the Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, will give an update, following the recent inspection of this Trust by the Care Quality Commission.

Further information and copies of the Agenda and reports can be obtained via this link



Health and Wellbeing Board – 7 September

Warwickshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board brings together a wide range of partners from local authorities, health organisations, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Healthwatch to consider the strategic health and social care issues for the County. The Board’s next meeting takes place in Warwick on 7 September and you can find more information about the meeting here: Agenda and Reports.


Amongst the items this time are the Annual reports from the Director of Public Health, a presentation on transforming care for people with learning disabilities and an update on plans to align the Boards for Coventry and Warwickshire.

Further information on this meeting can be obtained from Paul Spencer on 01926 418615 or by E-mail:


Health and Wellbeing Board – 6 July

Warwickshire’s multi agency partnership Board for Health and Wellbeing next meets on 6 July at Shire Hall in Warwick, starting at 1.30pm. This time, the Board will be considering the following items:

  • Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
  • Coventry & Warwickshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)
  • Coventry & Warwickshire Health & Wellbeing Alliance Concordat
  • LGA Integration Tool
  • North Warwickshire Borough Council Health and Wellbeing Working Party
  • Warwickshire Health & Wellbeing System Development

The Board will ask partners to ensure effective health representation as part of the recently established MASH initiative, from those who commission or provide health services, as well as the Council’s Public Health team. Updates on the STP and Alliance Concordat will be provided. As part of this, the Board will be asked to pilot the LGA Integration Tool, a self assessment tool for measuring levels of integration within health and wellbeing systems. A report will also be provided by North Warwickshire Borough Council on its recently established working party for health and wellbeing.

Focus on Health

Two health-related meetings are taking place on 11 May, both at Shire Hall in Warwick.

The Overview and Scrutiny Committee for Adult Social Care and Health services will meet at 10am. This time the members will receive presentations from the Care Quality Commission on how inspections are conducted, both at care homes and at hospitals specialising in mental health services. In addition, the Committee will review the Annual Report of Healthwatch Warwickshire.


In the afternoon from 1.30pm, the multi-agency Health and Wellbeing Board meets. This body brings together providers and commissioners of health services, local authorities and a range of other organisations, to focus on strategic health issues. The Board’s Agenda tomorrow includes:

  • Feedback on an Integration Summit and Concordat
  • An update on the Sustainability Transformation Plans
  • The Better Care Fund 2016/17 Submission
  • End of Life Care Report
  • Heathwatch Priorities 2016/17

If you would like to access the papers for these meetings, here are the links:

Adult Social Care and Health OSC

Health and Wellbeing Board


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