Primary Care Commissioning Committee

Primary Care Commissioning Committee

The East Riding of Yorkshire CCG has delegated responsibility from NHS England for commissioning primary medical services. We are required to have a Primary Care Commissioning Committee to act as a corporate decision-making body for the management of the delegated functions and the exercise of the delegated powers.

This committee will:

  • Provide an integrated approach to the commissioning of healthcare services across the East Riding health community;
  • Support the implementation of the Community Services and Primary Care strategies by re-designing Primary Care; and
  • Co-ordinate a common approach to the commissioning of Primary Care Services.

The committee meets every few months and members of the public are encouraged to attend. Details of Meetings, Agenda's and Papers can be found below. The Terms of Reference for this meeting can be found by clicking on this link.

If you have any queries about our Committee, click this link to contact us, or telephone us on 01482 672015 or 672038 or 315740.

Meeting date Time                Venue   Agenda and papers
13th November 2018 12.15pm - 1.15pm The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
11th September 2018           11.00am - 12.00pm The Boardroom,  Health House, Willerby View
10th July 2018          11.30am - 12.30pm The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
8th May 2018   11.30am - 12.30pm The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
10th April 2018 2.30pm - 3.30pm The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
15th March 2018                     12 noon             The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
7 December 2017 11am The Boardroom, Health House, Willerby View
21 September 2017 12 noon Boardroom, Health House, Willerby   View
23rd March 2017           11.30 am Meeting Rooms 1&2, Health House, Willerby View
7 December 2016 10.30 am  Boardroom, Health House, Willerby          

View

29 September 2016

10.00 am CCG Meeting Room, Health House  Please accept our apologies but this meeting has been CANCELLED due to unforseen circumstances.
22 March 2016  
10.00 am CCG Meeting Room, Health House View

Audio-Digital Recording of Meetings

East Riding of Yorkshire CCG is committed to being open and transparent in the way it undertakes its decision making and accepts that the audio and/or video recording of meetings held in public can improve transparency and record keeping. Where possible the CCG will accommodate members of the public who wish to record CCG meetings, whilst also being respectful of the rights of members of the public or staff who may not wish to be recorded.

People wishing to film, photograph, or make an audio recording of proceedings should give prior notice to the CCG of their intentions to film or record prior to the commencement of the meeting. This can be done by notifying the Head of Corporate Governance and Organisational Development at: ERYCCG.Corporateservices@nhs.net

In order to prevent any disruption to the meetings audio/ digital recordings should only be made from the designated public seating area and with the knowledge of the Chair of the meeting. People should also be mindful of the following:

a. Filming, photography or audio recordings should not be disruptive and distracting to the good conduct of the meeting and recording devices must be set in silent mode.

b. No flash or additional lighting is permitted.

c. Filming, photography or audio recordings should normally be taken from one fixed position and must not obstruct others from observing proceedings.

d. Attendees will be advised at the start of the meeting that is being filmed, photographed or audio recorded.

e. There shall be no oral commentary permitted in the meeting.

A person undertaking the filming or audio recording shall respect any request from members of the public/ staff that do not wish to be filmed or recorded. Staff who do not wish to be filmed should make this known to the chair at the beginning of the meeting.

The Chair of the meeting has the right to instruct that filming, photographing or audio recordings be stopped at any point during the meeting, for example:

a. There is a public disturbance or suspension/ adjournment of the meeting.

b. The recording has become disruptive or distracting to the good order of the meeting.

c. If the agenda item covers a patient story/ information and the Chair feels that explicit/ informed consent has not been obtained or it would breach confidentiality.

d. During the parts of the meeting where the public have been excluded from the meeting due to the nature of the business being discussed i.e. exempt or confidential items.

The CCG allows reporting/ recording to take place only in accordance with its legal obligations and takes no responsibility for, nor will accept any liabilities for, any filmed/ recorded/photographed material made by any persons or its subsequent use or publication. The audio/ digital recordings should not be used for any commercial gain.