This is the overarching strategic body which brings together the voices of the GP practices and it's patients to make decisions.
It plays a key role in making sure that the organisation's priorities are being met.
The Governing Body has responsibility for ensuring that the organisation has appropriate arrangements in place to exercise its functions effectively, efficiently and economically in accordance with accepted principles of good governance, standards of business conduct and the Constitution of the CCG.
The Executive Committee
The Executive Committee oversees all of the projects which the CCG is delivering. It's role is to make sure they are patient centred and delivered on time within the budget.
Audit and Risk Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to provide assurance to the Governing Body and Member's Council on the design, implementation and effectiveness of internal controls and to provide scrutiny over the discharge of the CCG's statutory functions, including the delivery of financial duties.
The Committee is authorised by the Governing Body to investigate any activity within its terms of reference. It is authorised to seek any information it requires from any employee and all employees are directed to co-operate with any request made by the Committee. The Committee is authorised by the Governing Body to obtain outside legal or other independant professional advice and to secure the attendance of outsiders with relevant experience and expertise if it considers this necessary.
The purpose of the Committee is to make recommendations to the Governing Body on determinations about pay and remuneration for employees of the Clinical Commissioning Group and people who provide services to the Clinical Commissioning Group and allowances under any pension scheme it might establish as an alternative to the NHS pension scheme.
Quality and Patient Experience Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to regularly review reports on the quality of services commissioned, patients’ experiences, specific quality improvement initiatives and any serious failure in quality.
Primary Care Commissioning Committee
NHS South West Lincolnshire CCG is pleased to confirm that it has been approved to take on delegated arrangements by NHS England in respect of primary care commissioning from 1 April 2015. This provides the CCG with an opportunity to influence the commissioning of, and taking essential steps to expand and strengthen primary medical (GP) care for our patients.
The Primary Care Commissioning Committee meetings will be held in public and members of the public are welcome to attend and observe, but there is no facility to ask questions.
- Local Authority Representative from the Health and Wellbeing Board (non-voting)
- Healthwatch Representative (non-voting)
- NHS England Representative (non-voting)
Next meeting date:
Wednesday 18 July 2018, 4 - 5pm, in the Stream Room, Jubilee Church Life Centre, Grantham NG31 6EY.
You will find all related meeting papers here
Finance and QIPP Delivery Committee
The Finance and QIPP Delivery Committee provides assurance to the Governing Body that the financial strategy, financial policies and Quality, Innovation, Prevention, Productivity (QIPP) plans effectively support the organisational strategy.
East Midlands Affiliated Commissioning Committee
This is a joint committee shared with other CCGs within East Midlands and is accountable to the South Lincolnshire CCG Governing Body. The function of the Committee is to work collaboratively on the development and maintenance of:
a) Policies for services which CCGs have responsibility for commissioning;
b) New policies identified as being appropriate for identical implementation on a regional scale.