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Cabinet Member: Adult Social Care
Forward Plan Ref: 2023/082
Contact: Ian Bottomley, Lead Commissioner Age Well Support, email@example.com
Report by Interim Corporate Director for Adult Social Care (CMDASC4).
The Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care is asked to
i. the Agreement of a s75 NHS Act 2006 pooled commissioning budget with Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care Board from 1 April 2023. The draft Agreement is attached as Annex 1.
ii. delegation to Corporate Director of Adult Services and the Council s151 Officer to finalise the Agreement prior to signature in line with the Council’s scheme of delegation
iii. the financial contributions as set out at paragraph 10 and the risk share set out at paragraph 30.
i. The Agreement will commence on 1 April 2023. It has been approved for completion by the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care Board at its meeting on 21 March 2023. The Agreement replaces that dating from 1 April 2013 with the former Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
ii. The Agreement gives authority to, and binds, the Council and the ICB to pool financial and other resources to deliver better outcomes for the people of Oxfordshire. The Agreement extends the approach to integrated commissioning led by the Council on behalf of the partners and will support the further development and implementation of partnership working in Oxfordshire. The Agreement incorporates the Better Care Fund for Oxfordshire.
iii. the governance arrangements for the new s75 Agreement
iv. that any future development of the s75 Agreement which proposes an expansion of strategic scope, and the relevant budgets may require wider public consultation
The new agreement will commence on 1 April 2023. It has been agreed by the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care Board at its meeting on 21 March 2023. The new agreement replaces that dating from 1 April 2013 with the former Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
The s75 agreement gives authority to the Council and the ICB to pool financial and other resources to deliver better outcomes for the people of Oxfordshire. The new agreement extends our approach to integrated commissioning led by the Council on behalf of the partners and will support the further development and implementation of partnership working in Oxfordshire. The agreement incorporates the Better Care Fund for Oxfordshire.
Councillor Bearder introduced the report with the following statement:
‘What is the same and what is different in the new agreement?
Why is this needed [legal/governance reasons]
Why this is needed [strategic opportunities]
Development. There is an opportunity to build on partnership work that we are already doing across NHS, district councils, voluntary and community sector (eg around prevention) and over time look at whether more budgets could be built into the pooled arrangement where that makes sense: eg working ... view the full minutes text for item 4.