The role and functions of TVPHSS Contract Management Team the process of systematically and efficiently managing contract creation, execution, and analysis for the purpose of maximizing financial and operational performance and minimizing risk. Contract Management Team: • Jayne Herring, Contracts Manager (FT) • Lisa Jones, Contracts Manager (PT) • Jacky Booth, Contracts Manager (PT) • Phil Ray, Contracts Manager (FT) • Charlotte Lambert, Contract Support Officer (FT) Function requires significant input from all function areas of the Shared Service to meet its key responsibilities. Public Health Commissioning Cycle Assess Need Manage Provider Performance Review services and gap analysis Quality and outcomes Decide and agree priorities Provider Development Contract Implementation Specify and agree quality outcomes Design services and pathways Key Activities of Contract Management Performance Management Risk Management Contract Administration Service Improvement Quality Management Financial Management Existing Contract Portfolio General Practices Pharmacies Former Enhanced Services: • Stop Smoking • Lung Health Check • NHS Health Check • NAEDI • Audit C • Needle Exchange • Supervised Consumption North Tees & Hartlepool and South Tees NHS Foundation Trusts Services: • School Nursing • Stop Smoking • Weight Management • Specialist Weight Management • Community NHS Health Checks • Health Trainers • Breastfeeding • NCMP • Falls • Workplace Health • Alcohol Virgincare Teeswide Integrated Sexual Health Service Level 1,2,3: • CASH • GUM • Outreach Services • Chlamydia Screening Non Contracted Activity Services: • GUM How do we add value to LA commissioning? Enable economies of scale (do it once) Provide expert advice on commissioning of healthcare services Offer expert knowledge of NHS contracting processes Ensure value for money via robust contract management processes Managing risk on behalf of the Local Authorities to ensure safe, effective and efficient patient centred services. Key Priorities Managing transition of contractual responsibilities from PCT to LA Facilitating service reviews to inform Local Authority commissioning intentions for 2014/15 Development of a new GP commissioning model Negotiation of GP and Pharmacy Public Health Contracts Review of Sexual Health Contracting Arrangements Validation of provider claims Management of incidents Key Challenges Working with 4/5 Local Authorities with individual policies, systems and processes in relation to decision making, contracting and procurement Negotiation with other stakeholders CCG, Area Team, LMC, LPC all with their own priorities Our freedom to act – not Council Officers – must work through LA decision making processes Impact of LA commissioning decisions uncertainty about how this will impact on workload of team potential to increase or reduce.