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Review of CCG Readiness for Authorisation SHA/CCG Review Template – FINAL (5 April 2012) CCG Name:___________________________________________________________________ Element

In place (Y/N/P)

1. Constitution & Governance 1.1 Fully developed constitution: Meets all statutory requirements Reflects all elements of Model Constitution Agreed by Member Practices 1.2

1.3

Clear governance structures: Match Constitution requirements Reflects ‘Towards Establishment’ Detailed decision making, devolved responsibility, financial management/monitoring, performance & risk management processes in place Process to record, mitigate and manage any potential (perceived or real) Conflicts of Interest: Reflects ‘Towards Establishment’

1.4

Clear process for seeking and acting on the views of: Member practices Patients & the public Other stakeholders

1.5

There are no unaffiliated practices within or on the boundaries of the CCG

1.6

CCG name complies with national guidance

If no, expected completion

Comments (inc. risks)

Readiness (tick) Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November


2. Leadership, Organisational Structures & Commissioning Support 2.1 Governing Body established: Reflects ‘Role Requirements’ document Individual leaders endorsed by Member Practices Sub-Committee structure in place Members can articulate how it will discharge all functions/powers 2.2 Clear leadership roles: In line with available guidance & CCG Constitution Recruitment/appointment plan in place Development plan and resources in place to support emerging leaders 2.3 ‘Build, buy, share’ analysis of commissioning functions complete: Discussed & approved by CCG Board/Governing Body Affordable within £25 per head Reflects complete range of functions & skills required to be effective 2.4 Detailed internal structure: In line with B/B/S analysis Reflects ‘Towards Establishment’ Includes plan for populating the structure (12/13) & recruitment (permanent) 2.5 Formalised arrangements for collaborative commissioning: In line with B/B/S analysis Formal governance arrangements (inc. risk share if appropriate)

Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November Ready now Ready July Ready September

With all partners as appropriate

Ready October

(inc. CCGs, LAs etc.)

Ready November


2.6

Clear commissioning support arrangements: In line with B/B/S analysis MoU/SLA in place with assured provider (i.e. passed Checkpoint 2) Plans/process to develop detailed service specification and KPIs

Ready now Ready July Ready September

(collaboratively with neighbouring CCGs where appropriate)

Ready October

Robust contract & performance management in place

Ready November

3. Track Record 3.1 Robust Commissioning Plan: In line with National Operating Framework Clear vision and strategy for improving the health of the local population Reflects JSNA and HWB strategy Demonstrates collaboration across the wider system Balanced in year (inc.

Ready now

Ready July

Ready September

appropriate/demonstrable prioritisation)

Reflects QIPP requirements (including national programmes)

Makes room for innovation Agreed and understood by Member Practices and other key stakeholders (inc. providers and the

Ready October

Ready November

public)

3.2

Delegated authority: Formal sub-committee of PCTC Board Responsible for 100% of relevant commissioning budgets Fully engaged in 2012/13 planning and contracting round Fully engaged in system management/commissioning issues

Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November


3.3

Engaged with Health & Wellbeing: Active members of HWB Board Involved in development of JSNA and HWB Strategy Discussed/agreed with HWB Board

Ready now Ready July Ready September Ready October Ready November

Evidence Checklist Item

Ready (tick) Now

July

Sept

Oct

Nov

Ready (tick)

Item

Now

Authorisation application form

Proposed constitution & any other documents detailing governance arrangements (specify)

CCG organisational structure

Letter of support for proposed CCG Chair

Relevant minutes of multi-professional meetings, governing body and other committees

Financial management arrangements compliant with national requirements 360° stakeholder survey report and CCG comment

Organisational Development Plan Draft JSNA

Draft Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Relevant Health and Wellbeing Board minutes and reports

2012/13 Integrated Plan and draft commissioning intentions for 2013/14 List of joint commissioning draft agreements or plans, including pooled budgets, Section 75 agreements where appropriate

List of 2012/13 contracts agreed and signed off, via PCT Cluster SLA with assured support provider, where appropriate Integrated risk management framework, including clinical, financial and corporate risk

July

Sept

Oct

Case studies (specify) Communications and engagement strategy Other documents – list and state relevance to specific authorisation requirements

Equality and diversity strategy

Summary of Actions Required Prior to Application Anticipated Application Date – indicate 1st & 2nd preference: Comments (inc. batching arrangements):

Wave 1 (July)

Wave 2 (Sept)

Wave 3 (Oct)

Wave 4 (Nov)

Nov


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