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Joint Commissioning: The Sheffield Response To The NHS Long Term Plan

27/11/2019 - Joint Commissioning: The Sheffield Response To The NHS Long Term Plan


The Director of Public Health submitted a report setting out Sheffield City Council’s (SCC) support to the ongoing development of arrangements for implementing the priorities in the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP). It described several key principles that Cabinet were asked to endorse, then explained how, through the various joint arrangements already in place, Sheffield is responding to the challenges set out in that Plan. It identified a number of areas where the LTP’s aspirations are considered to be too weak, set out the Council’s response to those areas, and described SCC’s aspirations for how the health and care system should work at neighbourhood, city and ‘Integrated Care System’ (ICS) geographies.




RESOLVED: That Cabinet:-





notes and endorses the Council’s response to the NHS Long Term Plan, as set out in the report;






endorses the direction of travel set out in the next steps section of the report; and






requests that the Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care engages in a dialogue with South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SY&B) ICS to ensure that the position set out in this report is given due consideration.





Reasons for Decision




Following consultation with the Clinical Commissioning Group and the Council, the report is the agreed way forward.




Alternatives Considered and Rejected




To not accept the recommendations in the report.




Any Interest Declared or Dispensation Granted







Reason for Exemption if Public/Press Excluded During Consideration







Respective Director Responsible for Implementation



Greg Fell, Director of Public Health




Relevant Scrutiny and Policy Development Committee If Decision Called In



Healthier Communities and Adult Social Care