Agenda

Health and Wellbeing Board - Thursday, 17 November 2022 3.00pm

Venue: St George's Centre, Pembroke Road, Chatham Maritime, Chatham ME4 4UH. View directions

Contact: Stephanie Davis, Democratic Services Officer 

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for absence

2.

Record of meeting pdf icon PDF 354 KB

To approve the record of the meeting held on 1 September 2022.

3.

Urgent matters by reason of special circumstances

The Chairman will announce any late items which do not appear on the main agenda but which he/she has agreed should be considered by reason of special circumstances to be specified in the report. 

4.

Declarations of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Other Significant Interests pdf icon PDF 371 KB

Members are invited to disclose any Disclosable Pecuniary Interests or Other Significant Interests in accordance with the Member Code of Conduct. Guidance on this is set out in agenda item 4.

5.

Medway and Swale Health and Care Partnership Community Diagnostics Centre Briefing Report pdf icon PDF 224 KB

This Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) briefing paper sets out plans to develop community diagnostic centres in Medway and Swale.  The plans are to establish a hub, based at Sheppey Community Hospital (SCH) and a spoke, based at Rochester Healthy Living Centre (RHLC). The provision of imaging, physiological measurement and pathology tests and scans at these sites, over the next three years will deliver significant additional diagnostic capacity in the system, which will help to support COVID 19 recovery plans as well as future growth in demand.  Increased diagnostic provision in the community will utilise existing NHS estates and improve access particularly for communities facing the highest level of health inequalities.

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6.

Update on Population Health Management pdf icon PDF 161 KB

This report provides an update on the progress of Phase 2 of the Kent and Medway (K&M) population health management (PHM) development programme and the NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I) place-based development programme.

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7.

Children and Young People's Plan pdf icon PDF 228 KB

The Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) sets out our partnership vision and priorities to support and help young people in Medway over the next 3 years. The plan has been based on consultation with children, young people, carried out through the Child Friendly Medway initiative. This plan applies to a wide range of organisations that are committed to making children’s lives better, including Children’s Services, Health, Police, Schools, and voluntary and community organisations. It is important that these organisations work together to better meet the challenges and utilise resources in an efficient and cost-effective way.

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8.

Medway Safeguarding Children Partnership Annual Report 2021- 22 pdf icon PDF 171 KB

The purpose of this report is to present the Medway Safeguarding Children Partnership (MSCP) Annual Report 2021-22 to the Health and Wellbeing Board. The report provides an overview of the work carried out by the MSCP in the last year. It sets out the key achievements of the partnership against its key priorities and gives an overview of the learning and improvement role of the MSCP including case reviews that have been undertaken. It also includes a section from the Independent Scrutineer, Rory Patterson

 

The report will also be presented to the Children and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Community Safety Partnership in line with the Joint Working Protocol between the boards in Medway.

 

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9.

Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) pdf icon PDF 413 KB

To receive a presentation on Medway as a Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) Network Area from Chris Giles, Acting Housing Strategy and Partnerships Manager.

10.

Work Programme pdf icon PDF 178 KB

The report advises the Board of the forward work programme for discussion in the light of latest priorities, issues and circumstances. It gives the Board an opportunity to shape and direct the Board’s activities.

 

There are also briefings on the Health Determinants Research Collaboration and the Covid-19 Local Outbreak Management at Appendices 2 and 3. A verbal update will be given by the Director of Public Heath on Health Inequalities.

 

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