Tuesday 15th January 2019

This Public Meeting included: 

  • Personal Health and Care Records: an overview of current plans around ensuring individuals and health and care professionals have access to all relevant patient information they need when treating patients
  • Supporting Community Health & Wellbeing: an approach to Healthy Communities. This session focused on our ongoing Healthy Communities project which involves mapping out all the existing services and tools, and understanding how we can maximise and optimise the current support. We used the Public Meeting as one way of ascertaining what is it that the CCG could do to have the biggest impact to enable all parts of our community have sight of the support available.The vision of this project is to'co-create well connected, resilient communities where people are supported to live healthy and independent lives and encouraged to support the health and wellbeing of others. We want to explore a community wellbeing programme that is focussed on keeping people well.' 
  • Supporting Community Health & Wellbeing: understanding your perspective. This sessions asked what this would look like in reality? This centred around interactive table discussions and exercises to gain the views, opinions and needs of our public to inform commissioning decisions. 

Feedback

A full breakdown of the feedback from this meeting can be found here.

Around 30 people attended this event including members of the public and representatives from the following groups across our community:

Feedback forms were issued to all attendees and the overall sentiment for the event was positive, with most people rating the sessions as good. Points were raised around:

  • the safety and security of patient data in relation to Personal Health Records. A response to all questions raised can be found in the 'You Said, We Did, So What' document for this meeting.

Please click here to view the agenda, presentations and 'You Said, We Did, So What' feedback.

Tuesday 14th May 2019

This public meeting included:

  • A session on looking back over 2018/19 and our priority areas of work. The session also covered what changed over the year in areas such as mental health (adults and children), cancer, urgent care, primary care, prevention and personal responsibility, cardiovascular and respiratory disease, health and social care integration and focus on multi-morbidity).
  • Working Differently in Adult Social Care. This session was delivered by a member of the Adult Social Care Team and focussed on the new ways focussing on:
    1. What people can tell us about themselves and their unique situation
    2. Strength based approach - draws on a person’s strengths and assets as well as those of their family, friends and community
    3. The Three Conversation Model
  • The following session looked forward to 2019/20. This included an overview of the Frimley Health and Care ICS operating plan, the NHS Long Term Plan, the Transformation Delivery plan with a focus on local and system wide projects and finally the priorities for Surrey Heath over 2019/20.
  • Our engagement session ‘Creating Healthier Communities – engaging on our Five Year Strategy’ asked our audience to help us shape the longer term strategy for Frimley Health and Care. The aim of this was to work with our public to refresh our ambition for the system, determine priorities on which we will focus our collective energy, and make sure the way we work together will enable us to deliver on those priorities. To do this we asked our attendees the following questions:
    1. If there was one thing that could improve the health and wellbeing of you and/or your family, what would it be?
    2. Thinking about your most recent experiences of health and care, tell us one thing that worked well and one thing that could have been better
    3. How can you help us to share this survey?
  • This session involved interactive table discussions and exercises to gain the views, opinions and needs of our public to inform commissioning decisions.
  • Feedback from these questions can be found here. This information is being used to develop the 5 year strategy for the Frimley Health and Care ICS.
  • To reach more people more widely a survey was created in partnership with Healthwatch to capture the views of Surrey Heath residents as well as those from across the Frimley Health and Care System. This survey was shared at the meeting and participants were encouraged to fill it out and share amongst their networks.
  • It was also noted that further opportunities to get involved throughout the year are advertised at: http://www.frimleyhealthandcare.org.uk/get-involved

Feedback

A full breakdown of participant feedback from this meeting can be found here.

60 people attended this event including members of the public and representatives from the following groups across our community:

As a result of the information and views gathered from the engagement session of this public meeting a draft five year strategy has been developed and can be viewed here along with more information on the engagement activities that have taken place and that are ongoing across the Frimley Health and Care ICS.

Please click here to view the agenda, presentations and 'You Said, We Did, So What' feedback

Thursday 26th September 2019

This Public Meeting included:

  • Surrey Heath CCG AGM: A look back in time, evolution of CCGs, Frimley Integrated Care System, awards and achievements, what has changed, Annual Report summary
  • Looking to the future: NHS Long Term Plan, Frimley Integrated Care System plan overview, transformation delivery programme, local priorities for 2019/20
  • Improving and supporting Surrey Heath Care Homes and their residents
  • Care Homes Engagement Workshop

Please click here to view the agenda and presentations. 'You Said, We Did, So What' feedback will be available to view shortly. 

Feedback

 A full breakdown of the feedback from this meeting can be found here.

 Around 40 people attended the event including members of the public and representatives from the following groups across our community:

Feedback forms were issued to all attendees and the overall sentiment for the event was positive, with most people rating the sessions as good to excellent. 

Upcoming Public Meetings

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