NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (ERY CCG), including clinical leaders, has today (21 July 2017) been recognised by NHS England for its ‘exceptional leadership’ and has demonstrated improvements in a range of clinical areas in the 2016-17 annual performance assessment.
Against a backdrop of a very challenging financial position, the CCG has continually improved its performance, achieving a rating of ‘outstanding’ for mental health and ‘good’ for cancer. Improvements have also been made in dementia performance, with more people being diagnosed sooner.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is one of only 21 CCGs in the country to be rated as an ‘outstanding’ for leadership and financial performance under NHS England’s annual assessment scores published.
The ‘outstanding’ overall rating relates to performance in 2016-17, and is recognition of the CCG’s dedication to improving health care for the people of Hull despite a challenging year.
Young people with severe or complex mental disorders will benefit from new inpatient facilities in the region, following their involvement in a major NHS England procurement process.
A 10 year contract with Humber NHS Foundation Trust will see the development of a new mental health service for young people in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, North and North East Lincolnshire as part of an ongoing national review of specialist Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
The Green Party in Yorkshire and the Humber have come out against contentious NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) contracts for 2017-19 that will see over £1 billion of Government cuts from Health & Social Care Services by 2020/21.
These contracts will deliver huge cuts and changes to NHS and social care services – but both the public and frontline NHS staff are in the dark about where these cuts and changes will fall, such is the secrecy of the 2017-19 STP operational plans.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is celebrating after a double victory at two prestigious awards last night.
At the Yorkshire and Humber NHS Regional Recognition Awards, which were held in Sheffield, the CCG’s Chief Officer, Emma Latimer, and Chief Finance Officer, Emma Sayner, won a joint award in the Leading Systems Transformation and were runners-up in the Inspirational Leadership category.
The next stage in the development of a new mental health service for young people in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, North and North East Lincolnshire takes a major step forward as organisations with specialist mental health care experience are now able to bid to provide this vital new service.
The service will consist of general adolescent beds with co-located psychiatric intensive care beds (11 beds in total) to serve young people living in the locality.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) exceptional leadership in service transformation and financial management is in the spotlight this week as the CCG reaches the final in three prestigious health care awards.
Chief Officer Emma Latimer and Chief Finance Officer Emma Sayner are joint finalists in the Yorkshire and Humber NHS Regional Recognition Awards