Agenda and minutes

Health and Wellbeing Board
Thursday, 13 September 2018 2.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - Time Square, Market Street, Bracknell, RG12 1JD. View directions

Contact: Lizzie Rich  01344 352253

Items
No. Item

11.

Declarations of Interest

Members are asked to declare any disclosable pecuniary or affected interests in respect of any matter to be considered at this meeting.

 

Any Member with a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest in a matter should withdraw from the meeting when the matter is under consideration and should notify the Democratic Services Officer in attendance that they are withdrawing as they have such an interest. If the Disclosable Pecuniary Interest is not entered on the register of Members interests the Monitoring Officer must be notified of the interest within 28 days.

 

Any Member with an affected Interest in a matter must disclose the interest to the meeting.  There is no requirement to withdraw from the meeting when the interest is only an affected interest, but the Monitoring Officer should be notified of the interest, if not previously notified of it, within 28 days of the meeting.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

12.

Urgent Items of Business

Any other items which the chairman decides are urgent.

Minutes:

There were no urgent items of business.

13.

Minutes from Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 221 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Board held on 14 June 2018.

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 14 June 2018 were approved as a correct record.

14.

Matters Arising

To consider any matters arising from the minutes.

Minutes:

There were no matters arising from the minutes of the previous meeting.

15.

Public Participation

Questions: If you would like to ask a question you must arrive 15 minutes before the start of the meeting to provide the clerk with your name, address and the question you would like to ask. Alternatively, you can provide this information by email to the clerk at committee@bracknell-forest.gov.uk at least two hours ahead of a meeting. The subject matter of questions must relate to an item on the Board’s agenda for that particular meeting. The clerk can provide advice on this where requested.

 

 

Petitions: A petition must be submitted a minimum of seven working days before a Board meeting and must be given to the clerk by this deadline. There must be a minimum of ten signatures for a petition to be submitted to the Board. The subject matter of a petition must be about something that is within the Board’s responsibilities. This includes matters of interest to the Board as a key stakeholder in improving the health and wellbeing of communities.

Minutes:

There were no items of public participation.

16.

Actions taken between meetings

Board members are asked to report any action taken between meetings of interest to the Board.

Minutes:

There were no updates on actions taken between meetings.

17.

Agency Updates

To receive any updates from members of the Board.

Minutes:

The Board noted the following agency updates.

 

Jane Hogg informed the Board that NHS England funding had become available through Public Health England, with the aim to support public health activity across the system. Frimley Health Foundation Trust were looking to submit a formal proposal, and suggested that there may be opportunities for co-working with partners.

 

Mark Sanders reported that Healthwatch had become aware of health issues arising from a block of flats in Bracknell, and confirmed that this message had been relayed to the relevant professionals.

 

Lisa McNally reported that the ICS were developing a Population Health Management model for the area, lead by John Lisle, formerly Accountable Officer for East Berkshire CCG.

 

Lisa also reported that Bracknell Forest had been shortlisted for the Local Government Association and NHS Digital Social Care Digital Innovation Programme.  Only 12 out of 88 Councils were shortlisted.  Bracknell Forest had submitted a bid aimed at designing a solution to assist those who did not have easy internet access to engage with community initiatives. The solution has now been designed in collaboration with residents and the decision on whether we will receive further funding to implement the solution was awaited.

 

Mira Haynes reported that Bracknell Forest Council’s intermediate care service had been soft launched, and marked the beginning of 7 day service to offer additional therapy support.

 

Councillor Dale Birch reported that he had been made deputy chair of the Health and Wellbeing Alliance Board. The Board aimed to clarify communications around the Integrated Care System to ensure the right messages were being relayed to partners.

 

Councillor Birch also clarified that Bracknell Forest Council now had no governance connection to Silva Homes, formerly Bracknell Forest Homes. Although the nomination agreement remained with the Council, Silva Homes was now a Registered Provider in the same way as other Providers.

 

Mark Sanders welcomed the update on the Integrated Care System he had heard at the Council’s Overview & Scrutiny Panel, and commented that the transfer of patient notes within the system was a good news story. It was clarified that the sharing of patient notes within the system was note replacing Connected Care.

18.

Supported Housing Scheme & Hoarding Project

To receive an update from Linda Wells of Silva Homes regarding their supported housing scheme and hoarding project.

Minutes:

As there was no representation from Silva Homes, this item was postponed to the next meeting.