The Joint Commissioning Board and the Greater Manchester Cluster by HC120303093252


									The Joint Commissioning Board and the Greater Manchester Cluster
Produced by Carolina M. Ciliento, Senior Commissioning Manager, Mental Health
NHS Manchester 11th May 2011
   • Operate through 2 year transitional period
   • Retain skills and knowledge in 4 areas of joint commissioning
   • Smooth handover of commissioning arrangements and retention of organisational
   • Ensure financial management and support the new commissioning arrangements in
      response to the National Health reform.
   • Executive Leadership Group for the management of joint commissioning
   • Act on behalf of 3 Manchester GP Commissioning Consortia

   • Manage the Joint Commissioning investment of NHS resources within the Joint
      Commissioning portfolio
   • To be a strategic leadership group to manage the health and development that
      emanate from the relevant strategies, in line with the direction of the Greater
      Manchester cluster
   • To make commissioning decisions
   • Provide governance through expert clinical and commissioning input

  • High level membership

   •   GPCC leads

   • Directors and Associate Directors for Commissioning,
Joint Commissioning, Performance, Information, Clinical
Governance, Clinical leads, Manchester City Council
(Adults and Children's services)

   • Report to the GPCC Board
   • Local board of the Greater Manchester cluster.
   • JCMB will directly report into Health and Well Being Adults Board
   • For information into the Health and Well Being Overview and Scrutiny Committee,
       the Manchester Adults Safeguarding Board and Manchester Children’s
       Safeguarding Board.
   • Annual review of all its activities and annual plan of its proposed future activities will
       be agreed by the JCMB.

Authority and Decision Making
   • The JCMB and Clinical Boards will have delegated authority from the Greater
      Manchester cluster and the 3 GPCC’s
   • Main role and function will be to implement changes including re-designing and re-
      commissioning clinical pathways, development of new services models
   • Agree all decisions in relation to setting priorities, management of the
      commissioning agenda, management of the joint commissioning team’s priority
      agenda and will progress major service change for efficiency and quality
Manchester Joint Commissioning Governance Arrangements 2011-2013

                              Greater Manchester Cluster Board

                                                            Manchester Health
           NHS Manchester Board
                                                            & Wellbeing Board

    North GPCC Board                  Central GPCC Board                 South GPCC Board

                                      Joint Commissioning
                                       Management Board

                                         Mental Health
                                         Clinical Board
       Children’s Services                                         Joint Commissioning
        Commissioning                                                (Specialist, CHC,
       Clinical Board (tbc)                                            Prisons, etc)

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