Model Publication Scheme

Model Publication Scheme

  • Who we are and what we do
  • Structures
  • What we spend and how
  • Procurement and tendering
  • What our priorities are and how we are doing
  • How we make decisions
  • Policies and procedures
  • Lists and registers
  • The services we commission

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides public access to information held by public authorities.

It does this in two ways:

  • public authorities are obliged to publish certain information about their activities; and
  • members of the public are entitled to request information from public authorities.

The Act covers any recorded information that is held by a public authority in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and by UK-wide public authorities based in Scotland. Information held by Scottish public authorities is covered by Scotland’s own Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

Public authorities include government departments, local authorities, the NHS, state schools and police forces. However, the Act does not necessarily cover every organisation that receives public money. For example, it does not cover some charities that receive grants and certain private sector organisations that perform public functions.

Recorded information includes printed documents, computer files, letters, emails, photographs, and sound or video recordings.

The Act does not give people access to their own personal data (information about themselves) such as their health records or credit reference file. If a member of the public wants to see information that a public authority holds about them, they should make a data protection subject access request.

 

Model Publication Scheme

In order to fulfil our duties, NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG have adopted the Information Commissioner’s Model Publication Scheme for Health Bodies in England. This scheme takes the form of our website, where the relevant classes of information have been organised in a way which, we hope, is easily accessible.

Our publication scheme is a working document. We try to make as much information available as possible; feel free to contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for.

If, after reading these pages, you are not able to find the information you are looking for please submit a Freedom of Information request. Please include your full name and an address for correspondence; an email address is sufficient. Please be as specific as possible in your request to help us identify the appropriate information. Details of any charges and re-use of information is contained within our Freedom of Information policy.

 

Who we are and what we do

Links to be added to all of these in this column as things are published – some of the headings may change depending on the names of pages/ meetings etc

Organisational Information

About the CCG and its role

CCG standards

CCG objectives

How we use your information

Governing Body members, officers, lay members and partners at Surrey County Council

Governing Body meetings

  • Terms of Reference
  • Agendas
  • Papers
  • Minutes

GP Member Practices

News, events and press releases

Our services

Our providers

Working for the CCG

Key National Documents

NHS Constitution for England (external site)

NHS Five Year Forward View (external site)

NHS Outcomes Framework (external site)

NHS England Business Plan (external site)

Agenda for Change (external site)

Locations

CCG address

CCG map

Member Practice locations and contact details

Pharmacies (external site)

Surrey CCG Collaborative

Contacts

General enquiries

Patient and Public Engagement

Freedom of Information

Compliments

Media

Complaints and concerns

Governing Body

Staff contact details for each department/team (subject to consent)

Surrey CCGs

Constitutional and Legal Governance

CCG Constitution

Anti-Bribery statement

Annual Audit letter (as part of Annual Report and Accounts)

Model Publication Scheme

 

Structures

 

National and Local

The NHS in England (external site)

CCG

Organisational structure chart

Governing Body members, officers, lay members and partners at Surrey County Council

Committee structure

Member Practices

Key organisations with which the authority works in partnership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surrey Collaborative

Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership (external site)

NHS England and Improvement (external site)

Surrey County Council (external site)

Public Health Surrey (external site)

NHS Digital (external site)

Public Health England (external site)

Healthwatch Surrey (external site)

Care Quality Commission (external site)

 

What we spend and how

 

CCG spending

Annual budget provision

Finance policies and procedures

Finance reports (part of Governing Body papers)

Monthly spending over £25k

Variance reports (part of Governing Body papers)

CCG funding allocation

Strategic plans

Financial audit reports (part of Annual Report and Accounts)

Capital programme – The CCG do not have any major plans for capital expenditure including any public-private partnership contracts.

CCG staff

Staff and Board members' allowances and expenses (part of Annual Report and Accounts: Staff Report)

Staff pay and grading (part of Annual Report and Accounts: Staff Report)

 

Procurement and Tendering

 

CCG procurement and tendering procedures

Procurement policy

Contracts Finder (external site)

Contracts currently being tendered

List and value of contracts awarded

Service Providers and Suppliers

Service provider contracts

 

What our priorities are and how we are doing

 

Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Report and Accounts

Operational Plan

Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership (external site)

Commissioning Intentions

Corporate Objectives

Five year Strategic Plan

Complaints Annual Report

Equality

Equality Annual Report

Equality Objectives

Equality Analysis

Governing Body reports

Performance Report

Finance Report

Quality Report

Accountable Officer’s Report

QIPP Transformation Report

 

How we make decisions

 

NHS policy

 

tbc

CCG meetings and committees

 

 

 

Committee structure

Governing Body

  • Terms of Reference
  • Membership and Performance (part of Annual Report and Accounts)
  • Meetings in Public (agenda, papers, minutes)

Audit Committee

  • Terms of Reference
  • Membership and Performance (part of Annual Report and Accounts)
  • Committee minutes (papers as part of Governing Body meetings in public)

xxxxxx Committee (TBC – check with goverance what the names of committees are)

  • Terms of Reference
  • Membership and Performance (part of Annual Report and Accounts)
  • Committee minutes (papers as part of Governing Body meetings in public)

xxxxxx Committee (TBC – check with goverance what the names of committees are)

  • Terms of Reference
  • Membership and Performance (part of Annual Report and Accounts)
  • Committee minutes (papers as part of Governing Body meetings in public)

Remuneration Committee

  • Terms of Reference
  • Membership and Performance (part of Annual Report and Accounts)

CCG public engagement

Communications and Engagement strategy

PPE group stakeholder meeting (TBC – check with Liz how this will be done)

Patient Participation Group (PPG) chairs meeting

Public Consultations

 

Policies and Procedures

 

Current policies and procedures for delivering our services and responsibilities

Corporate and Governance policies

Human Resources and Organisational Development policies

Finance policies

Clinical policies

Safeguarding policies

Strategies and Plans

Health and Safety policies

Procedures for handling requests for information

Freedom of Information policy

Data Subject Access Request policy

How we use your information

Complaints and other customer service policies and procedures

Complaints procedures

Freedom of Information policy

Data Subject Access Request policy

Equality and Diversity

Equality objectives

Equality statement

Equality Analysis

Data Protection and Records Management

(all of the policies list in this section may have been rationalised into a a smaller number, so check with IG/ wait for publication to update the list)

Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy

Information Governance Framework

Information Security Policy

Records Management Policy

Registration Authority Policy and Procedure

Data Subject Access Request Policy

Freedom of Information Policy

Caldicott Guardian (external site)

How we use your information

Estate Management

The NHS Property Services portfolio consists of 3,500 buildings – worth over £3 billion – which represents around 10 percent of the entire NHS estate. The vast majority of these sites are used for clinical, local healthcare and fall into one of three categories:

·       Health centres and GP surgeries

·       Hospitals/hospital-related properties

·       Offices

Find out more about the individual properties on the NHS Property Services website.

 

Lists and Registers

 

Lists and Registers

Declarations of Interest Register - GB

Declarations of Interest Register - Staff

Declarations of Interest Register - Practice Staff

Gifts and Hospitality Register

Contracts with providers

CCTV details (details in CCG Security Strategy and Policy)

FOI Disclosure Log

 

The services we commission

 

Services commissioned in Surrey *

* only covers those services with details and information published on this website

 

(This list may need updating depending on what we eventually have published on the website)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unplanned and Urgent Care

  • Out of Hours, NHS 111 and Walk-in centres
  • Acute Hospitals

Planned Care

  • Acute Hospitals
  • Community Services
  • Patient Transport

Mental Health

  • Psychological Therapies
  • Safe Haven Guildford
  • CAMHS

Cancer and End of Life care

Community Healthcare Services

  • Children
  • Adults

Safeguarding

  • Children
  • Adults

Medicines Management

Carers

Quality and Patient Safety

Continuing Healthcare and Personal Health Budgets

Your Health

  • Patient Choice
  • Falls Prevention

Services that incur a fee

N/A

Patient information leaflets

Populate as we publish

Corporate communications

 

 

Media releases and press statements

News

Social media

  • Facebook (external site)
  • Twitter (external site)
  • YouTube (external site)

 


Print   Email

Related Articles

Governing Body, Commitees and Meetings

Who We Are

About Us