Governing Body Members Biographies

Governing Body Voting Members

 

     

Dr Charlotte Canniff

Clinical Chair

 

 

Dr Charlotte Canniff is a GP Partner in North West Surrey since 2002 and Clinical Chair of North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group since April 2016. She took up post as Chair of Surrey Heartlands CCG in April 2020

She leads on Primary Care Transformation for Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and has been supporting Primary Care Network development both locally within Surrey and also nationally working with NHS England.

Charlotte is passionate about good quality accessible Primary Care and champions the strengthening of the out of hospital system to support the changing complexity of our population.

She has broad experience working with multiple Stakeholders and Partners both locally within North West Surrey and Surrey Heartlands Health and Care partners, with Regional bodies and Citizens.

     

Dr Claire Fuller

CCG Interim Accountable Officer
ICS Senior Responsible Officer

Dr Claire Fuller

 

Dr Claire Fuller, a practicing GP, is the Senior Responsible Officer for the Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System (ICS) and, since July 2020, has also taken on the role of Interim Accountable Officer for NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG.  This dual role is helping to provide strong and consistent leadership across the local health and care system to create better outcomes for the one million people living and working in Surrey Heartlands. 

Claire champions true citizen and professional engagement (of the broadest remit) and believes in a population health management approach to improving patient outcomes.  She is also a firm advocate of the need to join up the public sector to ensure involvement of the wider determinants of health in reducing health inequalities for the people that live in Surrey.

Claire has been a practicing GP since 1995, spending most of her career in Surrey, with a spell in Northumberland, where she worked in a single-handed rural practice.

Claire regularly speaks nationally about the work in Surrey Heartlands, multi-professional leadership and population health management. She has been HSJ Clinical Leader of the Year, is a member of the NHS Assembly, the NHS People Board and Co-Chair of the NHS Confederation’s Advisory Group of the Health and Care Leaders Forum.  Claire has also been appointed as Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Health and Medical Science at Surrey University for the period April 2021 to April 2024.

     

Matthew Knight

Chief Finance Officer

  Biography to follow.
     

Dr Joe McGilligan

East Surrey GP Representative


 

Dr Joe McGilligan qualified in Birmingham in 1990 and has wide medical experience including time as a flying doctor in Australia.  He is Senior GP partner at Greystone House Medical Practice in Redhill, Surrey, and has a special interest in Minor Surgery. He is an experienced Trainer of GP’s and medical students and an LMC member for Surrey.

As an advocate of an integrated approach to healthcare, Dr McGilligan brought together the eighteen East Surrey practices to form ESyDoc LLP for practice based commissioning.
Between March 2012 and March 2014, he was co-chair of the Surrey Health and Wellbeing Board and following on from this role he has become a Health and Wellbeing Champion for the LGA. Dr McGilligan is keen to link health and social care in a proper partnership approach and was awarded system leader of the year by Kent Surrey and Sussex Leadership recognition awards 2013.

He is a Council member of the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) and a founding member of the National Primary Care Network (NPCN). In those roles he is involved in all the new models of care being proposed from Vanguards to Primary Care Home, accountable care organisations and the Strategic Transformation Plans. As the LMC member for Surrey has involvement with the local plans as the favoured model is the Multi-discipline Community Provider (MCP) model of care. Actively involved in the Federation Alliance for Better Care (ABC) who will be commissioned to provide the care.

Dr McGilligan is a regular columnist for The Healthcare Leader magazine and Editorial Board member. He previously chaired the Editorial Board of the Commissioning Review and sits on the Editorial Board of Guidelines in Practice and sits on multiple Advisory Boards for the NHS and the Pharmaceutical Industry and speaks at multiple conferences.

Dr McGilligan is former chairman of East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group.  He is motivated by a strong desire to improve the care of local residents and to realise his long held vision for high quality patient services which deliver the right health care, at the right time, by the right healthcare professional and in the right environment.  In the process, he aspires to bring back pride in the medical profession and the NHS.

     

Dr Shelina Jaffer

East Surrey GP Representative

  Shelina is a GP at the Oxted Health Centre, East Surrey, with a background in general and acute medicine. She qualified from the University of Bristol in 2005, with a previous degree in biomedical sciences. She has a keen interest in the primary-secondary interface and collaborative working. She is the Clinical Lead for East Surrey on the Governing Body and Prescribing Lead.
     

Dr Sian Jones

Guildford and Waverley GP Representative

 

 

Born and brought up in West Wales, Sian qualified from The Royal Free School of Medicine in 1985. Her post registration experience has been varied including working in a rural surgery in Glastonbury, as a GP in Australia and a community paediatrician in Bristol and Guildford. Her particular interests are in children’s and women’s health.

Sian is a GP in Wonersh, initially salaried & as a partner from 2002. She has been involved in Gold Standards Framework (GSF) development and have a keen interest in improving End of Life Care (EOLC) in practice and looks forward to leading in the area of cancer and EOLC on the board.

She is also a school doctor and member of MOSA (Medical Officers of Schools Association).

Qualifications: MBBS London (1985) DCH, DRCOG

     

Dr Darren Watts

Guildford and Waverley GP Representative

 

Darren qualified as a doctor in 1993, initially undertook hospital medical rotation and then GP training in Guildford. He has been a GP partner at Chiddingfold Surgery in Guildford and Waverley since 1999 and completed membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.  

He was previously a GP Governing Body representative for Guildford and Waverley CCG from its inception in 2013.
As well as a medical degree, Darren also have a degree in Clinical Pharmacology.

Darren has a particular interest in medicines management and has been a member of the Area Prescribing Committee for many years.

Darren is looking forward to continuing to represent Guildford and Waverley as a GP board member.

     

Dr Deborah Shiel

North West Surrey GP Representative

 

  Biography to follow.
     

Dr Rebecca Rogers

North West Surrey GP Representative

  Biography to follow.
     

Dr Russell Hills

Surrey Downs GP Representative

  Russell is a GP and a GP Partner at Integrated Care Partnership, Fitznells Manor Surgery. He joined the Surrey downs CCG Governing Body in April 2015 and assumed the new role of Clinical Chair at the CCG in August 2017.

Russell has a good working knowledge of the vision for the NHS and New Models of Care, and has ambitions to strengthen the partnership between the CCG and its localities to bring the benefits of the GP Forward View to patients and Surrey Downs membership practices.

He is also GP lead for Equality and Diversity.
     

Dr Andrew Sharpe

Surrey Downs GP Representative

 

Andrew has been a partner at the Ashley Centre Surgery in Epsom since 1993, having trained at St George’s Hospital Medical School and qualified in 1988. He trained on the Newham GP vocational training scheme and has been a GP trainer since 1994. Andrew has been involved in commissioning since before the formation of the CCGs.

Andrew is Caldicott Guardian for the CCG and also the Chief Clinical Information Officer for Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership. This involves oversight of the digital journey in Surrey Heartlands and ensuring that the system maximises the benefit from emerging digital technology.

He has a postgraduate diploma in Health Informatics Leadership from Imperial.

     

Dr Timothy Bates

GP Member for Surrey-wide Services

 

Dr Tim Bates grew up in Petersfield, Hampshire and qualified from St Thomas' and Guy's Medical Schools in 1994. He has extensive experience working outside the UK and the NHS; initially in Australia, then as a Ship's Doctor, and later in medical repatriation for the UK based holiday insurance market.

He trained in General Practice at Wonersh Surgery in 2003, before joining Fort House Surgery, Walton on Thames, in 2004. He has been a GP partner since 2006 and the practice lead for the North West Surrey Locality since 2008. He passed membership examinations for the Royal College of Physicians (2000), the Royal College of General Practitioners (2003) and has a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2001).

He is married with three children and lives in Kingston, Surrey. He has a keen interest in the natural world, sport, health and fitness, and hopes to bring this into his work as the GP Governing Body Representative for Surrey-wide services.

     

Adrian Brown

Lay Member (Audit)/ East Surrey ‘place’

 

Previous NHS roles includes past Chair of the Surrey and Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust and Lay Member Governance for Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG, Crawley CCG and East Surrey CCG

Adrian has over 25 years’ board level experience with major organisations both in the public and private sector, principally in the engineering and construction of large capital projects. Board positions held have included Commercial Director, Marketing Director, Managing Director and Group Managing Director and Chairman with companies including Babcock Group, Davy Plc and Tarmac plc. Appointed Justice of the Peace in 2003.​

     

Mark Byrne

Lay Member, North West Surrey ‘place’ (Primary Care Commissioning)

 

Mark Byrne is the managing partner & founder of RLVCP which is a London based high growth investment firm. Mark was previously senior corporate finance director and head of the R&D tax solutions practice for FTI Consulting LLP UK and Head of R&D tax services for Mazars Ireland.

Mark is chair of the advisory appointments committee for Cambridge University NHS Hospitals Trust and is a non executive director of a London based 43 practice GP confederation. He was previously a member of the Royal College of Physicians joint advisory group which awards accreditation to GI endoscopy units in the UK.

Mark is a previous member of the HM Treasury R&D expert working group.

     

Jonathan Perkins

Lay Member, Surrey Downs ‘place’ (Strategic Finance)/ Deputy Chair Lay

 

Jonathan joined Surrey Downs CCG as a Lay Member in July 2015 and continues this role for Surrey Heartlands CCG. He lives in Esher and is a lawyer.

Since retiring as a partner with Linklaters, he has acted as the Chair of the Fundraising Committee for Princess Alice Hospice and as Vice-Chair of the Trustees.
     

Steve Hams

Registered Nurse

Steve Hams

  Professor Steve Hams has been a registered nurse for more than 25 years, having initially specialised in coronary care. Steve has held a number of senior nursing and commissioning posts in the NHS, voluntary sector and higher education.
 
Steve is the Director of Quality and Chief Nurse for Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, responsible for nursing, midwifery, allied health professions and quality. He is visiting professor at the Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery at the university of Worcester.
     

Phelim Brady

Lay Member, Guildford and Waverley ‘place’ (PPE)

Phelim Brady

 

After a few years in advertising and marketing Phelim Brady taught sociology and was a teacher trainer. He was for a time the chief examiner for GCE Sociology and a university external examiner on several degree programmes including the MSc in Nursing at Surrey University. He ended his full-time career as a deputy principal. Phelim was appointed MBE for his services to education and health in 2013.

Phelim was also a JISC (UK universities) UK board member, a school governor and chair of Eagle Radio’s advisory panel. For seven years, he was a governor at Frimley Park Hospital and then the Lay Vice Chair for Guildford and Waverley CCG. Phelim chairs the North Guildford Primary Care Premises Redevelopment Board. He is a co-applicant with Surrey University on an NHS funded research project looking at primary care in England and is a trustee of Cunningham House in Pirbright.

     

 

Governing Body - attendees

 

Sumona Chatterjee

System Director – CRESH (Crawley, East Surrey and Horsham)

 

Sumona was appointed as Director of Strategic Commissioning for Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership in November 2017 and took on the role of East Surrey ICP Director in November 2019. An MBA qualified healthcare leader, she has twenty years of extensive health commissioning experience working across a range of organisations acquiring through the course of her career commissioning, stakeholder management, service redesign, commercial and procurement expertise. 

Starting her career in a Provider Trust subsequently followed by the Strategic Health Authority, PCTs, CSU and CCGs, she has held several senior leadership roles within previous CCGs.

Sumona is keen to put her experience in practice to realise the ambitions of the devolution agenda in Surrey working with system partners in the integration of health and social care services and providing high quality, sustainable services for the people in Surrey. 

 

   

Karen McDowell

CCG Deputy Accountable Officer
ICS Chief Operating Officer

 

Karen became a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in 2003. She was appointed as Chief Finance Officer at Guildford and Waverley CCG in April 2013 and Deputy Chief Executive in August 2013 with responsibility for the financial strategy, financial management, financial governance, contracting, performance and information. Her current role is to promote and enable sound financial management and control at all levels of the organisation.

Previously, she was the Chief Finance Officer for NHS Merton CCG and prior to this, Deputy Director of Finance for NHS Sutton & Merton. Karen has held a number of senior roles in London and Greater Manchester over the last 20 years, including NHS Waltham Forest and NHS Manchester working in both Financial and Management Accounting.

 

   

Jack Wagstaff

Place-based leader for the North West Surrey ICP

  Biography to follow.

 

   

Daniel Elkeles

Place-based leader for the Surrey Downs ICP (also Chief Executive of Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust)

 

Biography to follow.

 

   

Louise Stead

Place-based leader for the Guildford and Waverley ICP (also Chief Executive of Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust)

Louise Stead

  Biography to follow.

 

   

Clare Stone

Director of Multi-Professional Leadership

 

Clare has been a nurse in the NHS for over 20 years working primarily in community settings and has a special interest in the care of older people.

Passionate about improving quality and safety for patients, Clare also worked at South East Coast SHA leading on the Engergise for Excellence in Care Programme which has now been brought under the Chief Nursing Officer of England’s Leading Change, Adding Value framework building on the ‘6Cs’.  She also co-ordinated the involvement of all providers in the region in the Safe Care pilot for the Safety Thermometer, now a nationally mandated tool for the delivery of the Safe Care CQUIN. Clare then became Deputy Director of Nursing at Surrey PCT and led the transition of quality from PCT to CCGs by playing a key role in supporting the CCG authorisation process.

Clare's portfolio includes nurse leadership and monitoring patient safety and quality of commissioned services.
     

Michael Pantlin

Director of Workforce and Digital

  Biography to follow.

 

   

Rachael Crossley

Joint Director of Public Sector Reform (joint role with Surrey County Council)

 

Biography to follow.

 

   

Trudy Mills

Integrated Care System Director of Children's and Learning Disabilities

 

Trudy Mills began her career as a nurse/ midwife in 1988 and her roles within the NHS have included several commissioning posts across local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and NHS England.  She provides overall leadership for Children and Family Health Surrey and is overseeing the ongoing transformation of its services, which are delivered by partners CSH Surrey, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and First Community Health.

More recently Trudy has extended her role to take on the ICS Director for Women, Children’s and all age learning disabilities for Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership.

 

   

Helen Rostill

Integrated Care System Director of Mental Health Services

 

Professor Helen Rostill has worked in the NHS for 23 years and has also held a range of joint academic posts.  She is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and currently holds several different roles.  Firstly, as Surrey Heartlands ICS Director for Mental Health Services; as Frimley ICS Senior Responsible Officer for Mental Health; and also the Chief Innovation Officer and Board Director of Therapies at Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.  Helen is also a Fellow with NICE.

Helen is responsible for the strategic development and transformation of mental health services across Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership and Frimley in addition to the delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan priorities. Within Surrey Heartlands, she is the lead commissioner for adult mental health.  In Surrey and Borders Partnership Helen has an executive lead role for strategy, innovation, commercial development, research and development and therapies.

Helen is the Senior Responsible Officer for the TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) for dementia NHS Test Bed.  She has published a wide range of research in national and international peer reviewed journals. 

 

   

Ruth Hutchinson 

Surrey County Council Public Health Representative

  Biography to follow.
 

 

   

 

 

 

Review Date: 2021-07-30
Review Due: 2021-10-08
Model Publication Scheme Class: Class 2: Structures

Governing Body Members

 

Governing Body - voting members

 

Charlotte Caniff  

Dr Charlotte Canniff
Clinical Chair

 

Claire Fuller

  Dr Claire Fuller
CCG Interim
Accountable Officer
ICS Senior Responsible Officer
    Matthew Knight
Chief Finance Officer
                     

  Dr Joe McGilligan
East Surrey GP 
Representative
 

  Dr Shelina Jaffer
East Surrey GP
Representative
  Sian Jones   Dr Sian Jones
Guildford and Waverley
GP Representative
                     

Darren Watts

  Dr Darren Watts
Guildford and Waverley
GP Representative
  Deborah Shiel  

Dr Deborah Shiel
North West Surrey
GP Representative

  Rebecca Rogers   Dr Rebecca Rogers
North West Surrey
GP Representative
                     

Russell Hills

  Dr Russell Hills
Surrey Downs GP
Representative
  Andrew Sharpe   Dr Andy Sharpe
Surrey Downs GP
Representative
    Dr Timothy Bates
GP Member for
Surrey-wide Services
                     

 

Lay Member
(position vacant)

  Phelim Brady  

Phelim Brady
Lay Member

Guildford and Waverley ‘place’ (PPE)

  Adrian Brown  

Adrian Brown
Lay Member

East Surrey ‘place’ (Audit)

                     

Mark Byrne

 

Mark Byrne
Lay Member

North West Surrey ‘place’ (Primary Care Commissioning)

  Jonathan Perkins  

Jonathan Perkins
Lay Member

Surrey Downs ‘place’ (Strategic Finance), Deputy Chair Lay

  Steve Hams  

Steve Hams
Registered 
Nurse



                     

Caris Grimes

  Dr Caris Grimes
Secondary Care Doctor
               
                     

 

Governing Body - attendees

Karen McDowell   Karen McDowell
CCG Deputy Accountable Officer
ICS Chief Operating Officer
 

Louise Stead

  Louise Stead
Place-based leader for the Guildford and Waverley ICP (also Chief Executive of Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust)

  Sumona Chatterjee   Sumona Chatterjee
System Director – CRESH (Crawley, East Surrey and Horsham)
                     

  Jack Wagstaff
Place-based leader for the North West Surrey ICP
    Daniel Elkeles
Place-based leader for the Surrey Downs ICP (also Chief Executive of Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust)
  Clare Stone   Clare Stone
Director of Multi-Professional Leadership
                     
  Rachael Crossley
Joint Director of Public Sector Reform (joint role with Surrey County Council)
  Trudy Mills   Trudy Mills
ICS Director of Children's and
Learning Disabilities Services
    Michael Pantlin
Director of Workforce and Digital
                     

Helen Rostill

  Helen Rostill
ICS Director of
Mental Health Services
  Ruth Hutchinson   Ruth Hutchinson
Surrey County Council Representative
       
                     
                     


Details of future meeting dates and agendas/ papers are on the Governing Body Meetings and Papers page of this website.

Latest Register of Governing Body’s members’/ attendees’ interests available via the latest set of Governing Body meeting papers.

 

 

 

Review Date: 2021-07-30
Review Due: 2021-10-08
Model Publication Scheme Class: Class 2: Structures

LeDeR Annual Report

 

 

What is the LeDer Programme?

The LeDeR Programme is the national programme which reviews the deaths of people with learning disabilities across the country. It was established in response to the recommendations made in the Confidential Inquiry into the Premature Deaths of People with Learning Disabilities (2013) with the aim of supporting local areas to review the deaths of people with learning disabilities, identify learning and areas of both good practice and where service improvement is required. There is a national and regional governance framework which the Surrey System feeds into.

 

Annual Report

The Surrey LeDeR Mortality Review Annual Report covers the period between 1st April 2020 and 31st March 2021, and this reflects the period reported by the national team in the National Annual LeDeR Report. It gives an overview of the LeDeR programme and how this has been implemented across Surrey Heartlands, Surrey Heath and North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG areas. It provides an overview of the number of deaths that have been reported to LeDeR for these areas throughout this period and summaries the learning that has come from the completed reviews.

During this period, the CCG focussed on reviewing the notifications of death of people with a Learning Disability that, as reported last year, had been delayed by lack of dedicated resource to complete them. With the support of the CCG and with additional resource provided by staff employed by the North East Commissioning Support Unit (NECSU), 239 reviews were undertaken during the year with good practice, learning and recommendations for improvement being identified in each case. 152 of these reviews were completed by the local Surrey Heartlands team and the remaining 87 being completed by NECSU.

 

Key findings

The key findings from this report in this year included:

  • In Surrey, women with learning disabilities died 21.6 years sooner than the general population and men with learning disabilities died 10.7 years sooner than the general population.
  • The most common cause of death during this period was Covid-19, followed by pneumonia, sepsis, cancer and aspiration pneumonia.
  • There was lower reporting of deaths of people from Minority ethnic communities and disproportionately high numbers of deaths in people who were Black / Black British (but due to the numbers very small this finding must be interpreted with caution).
  • 68% of the people who had died had had an annual health check completed and recorded in the last year.
  • There was a very low uptake of cancer screening in all of the cases that were reviewed.
  • Although not a direct cause of death, it was identified that constipation and polypharmacy (the use of multiple medications) were two recurring factors that were found in the reviews.
  • During the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns were raised about the potential for “blanket” decisions being made around resuscitation, particularly for more vulnerable populations. As a result, this was reviewed as part of the LeDeR process. We found that ‘Do not attempt cardio-pulmonary resuscitation orders’ were completed correctly and followed in 77% of the reviews.  This reflects the work carried out in response to the 2019 LeDeR annual report findings and local recognition of the need to address this potential issue particularly during the pandemic and to continue to do so going forward. 
  • On completion, the reviews are given a grading of care. 48% of reviews indicated that the care received met or exceeded expected good practice.  This is an area of focus for continuous improvement.

There was a lot of evidence of reasonable adjustments being made for individuals to support their care and good practice that also helped improve their experience of care. These included areas such as: Communication of need, specialist equipment provided, good multi-professional liaison, End of Life Care and responsive medical care. Individual families often spoke of the compassionate way that healthcare staff, despite the difficulties of the pandemic had communicated with them and also helped them visit or use technology to talk to their loved one.

 

Actions and Recommendations

There are a number of actions that have been identified as a result of undertaking our reviews and these have been developed into key priorities that will be focussed on over the coming year. These are:

  • To work to ensure that we hear the voices of people with lived experience and others from minority groups.  This will help us improve access to services, reduce health inequalities and prevent premature mortality.
  • To maintain focus on LeDeR priorities during a time of changing landscapes within the Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group / Integrated Care System (CCG / ICS).
  • To improve the uptake of cancer screening across Surrey Heartlands CCG / ICS and ensure that the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) is followed when making decisions around screening.
  • To increase confidence and skills in identifying when a family member may be deteriorating through the expansion of the delivery of Restore 2 Mini training to family carers.
  • To increase awareness and expand the use of the ReSPECT documentation.
  • To support the implementation of the Oliver McGowan training.
  • To work with the medication management team to ensure that people with learning disabilities and autism receive the right medication to meet their needs and medication is reviewed regularly.
  • To work to ensure that people with learning disabilities and autism receive good bowel management. Surrey Heartlands CCG / ICS will work with both health and social care colleagues to improve awareness and management of constipation to implement best practice across the system.

These recommendations will be taken forward by the Surrey LeDeR Governance Group as part of wider programmes of improvement work across the ICS and progress will be reported within future reports.

More information about the LeDeR programme.

 

Downloads

 

 

Review Date: 2021-07-01
Review Due: 2022-07-01
Model Publication Scheme Class: Class 5: Priorities and How we are Doing

Monthly Spending Over £25k

 

On this page you can find details of all financial transaction spending over £25,000 made by NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG. This data is published on a monthly basis as part of the Government’s commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Please note, Surrey Heartlands CCG came into existence on 1st April 2020 following the merger of Guildford and Waverley, Surrey Downs, North West Surrey and East Surrey CCGs. If you require any information from the previous organisations please Contact Us.

 

Monthly spending over £25,000 for the Financial Year 2021-22

 

Monthly spending over £25,000 for the Financial Year 2020-21

 

Previous CCGs

To find out more about the four previous CCGs, including the monthly spending data, before Surrey Heartlands CCG was formed, please visit the National Archives:

 

 

Review Date: 2021-07-23
Review Due: 2021-08-23
Model Publication Scheme Class: Class 3: What we Spend and How

Mental Health Investment Standard

 

Mental Health Investment Standard (MHIS) – Statement of Compliance

The planning guidance for 2018/19 stated that: “Each CCG must meet the Mental Health Investment Standard (MHIS) by which their 2018/19 investment in mental health rises at a faster rate than their overall published programme funding. CCGs’ auditors will be required to validate their 2018/19 year-end position on meeting the MHIS.”

CCGs are required to publish a statement after the end of the financial year to state whether they consider that they have met their obligations with regard to the mental health investment standard, that is to say that their investment in mental health for the financial year either has or has not increased by a greater percentage than their overall published programme allocation.

 

Annual Statement of Compliance and Assurance Opinion 2019/20

 

Annual Statement of Compliance and Assurance Opinion 2018/19

 

 

Review Date: 2021-04-26
Review Due: 2022-04-26
Model Publication Scheme Class: Class 5: Priorities and How we are Doing
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