CCG Assurance Framework
NHS England introduced the Improvement and Assessment Framework (IAF) in 2016 to monitor CCGs against a set of standards and provides all CCGs with an annual rating based a combination of clinical, financial and leadership measures.
The latest annual assessments, for 2019/20, were published in November 2020 and we were delighted that East Riding of Yorkshire CCG was been awarded a rating of ‘GOOD’ for the third year running. This rating is based on a combination of financial, clinical and leadership measures.
Additionally, we have also been awarded the highest possible rating for patient and community engagement – a green star. This is the second year we have achieved this rating, which is based on five domains: governance, annual reporting, day to day practice, feedback and evaluation, and equalities.
This rating is based on performance from 2019/20, and a new NHS Oversight Framework has now been introduced to replace the IAF. The NHS Oversight Framework has been introduced in line with the development of Integrated Care Systems and to reflect that NHS England and NHS Improvement will now be assessing CCGs and providers holistically.
The full report and CCG ratings are available from the NHS England website: https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/ccg-annual-assessment-2019-20/
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360° Stakeholder Survey
Every year local stakeholders are invited to take in the 360° Stakeholder Survey, this is an independent survey carried out on behalf of NHS England to allow them assess whether the CCG is operating effectively in partnership with key organisations in the local health system to commission safe, high quality and sustainable services.
This survey is carried out for every CCG across the country and includes stakeholders such as representatives from all GP member practices, local provider organisations, and local authority.