The Governing Body has a number of committees that meet on a regular basis to help with the overall management of the CCG. Committees have specific responsibilities and a membership that reflects the experience and knowledge required.
Each committee has a terms of reference (TOR) that explains what the committee does, regularity of meetings, membership and other useful detail. You can view the TOR for each of the following committees by clicking on the links below.
The Audit Committee provides the Governing Body with an independent and objective view of the effectiveness and accuracy of the CCG’s overall systems of internal control, the financial systems, its financial information and compliance with laws, regulations and directions governing the group.
Finance and Performance
The Finance and Performance Committee recommends the CCG’s five-year and annual financial plans to the Governing Body, and oversees implementation of these ensuring the effective and efficient use of resources whilst delivering financial balance.
Primary Care Commissioning
The role of the Primary Care Commissioning Committee is to make decisions on the review, planning and procurement of primary care services in Blackpool, under delegated authority from NHS England.
The Primary Care Commissioning Committee meets in public with anybody welcome to attend and observe. A list of meeting dates and relevant papers can be found here.
Quality and Engagement
The Quality and Engagement Committee regularly reviews and provides assurance on the quality, safety and clinical effectiveness of commissioned services. It also ensures the views of local patients and residents are at the centre of everything we do.
Patient and Public Involvement Forum
The role of the Patient and Public Involvement Forum is to provide assurance to the CCG Governing Body that there is meaningful participation in the business of the organisation from patients, carers, families and members of the public. Its role also includes the review of strategies and proposals to offer views from a patient’s perspective.
The Remuneration Committee makes recommendations to the Governing Body in respect of determinations about the remuneration, fees and other allowances for employees and for people who provide services to the CCG.