There are three levels to the governance structure of the ACP. The ACP Executive Delivery Group is overseen by the ACP Board, which reports to the Sheffield Health and Wellbeing Board. See below for more information about each.
The Sheffield Health and Wellbeing Board
The Health and Wellbeing Board is a partnership between Sheffield City Council, the NHS and a range of partners in the city that aims to deliver a single approach to improving the health and wellbeing of Sheffield residents.
More information on the Health and Wellbeing Board is available at the Sheffield City Council Website here.
The ACP Board
The effective running of the ACP is the responsibility of the ACP Board. The membership of the ACP Board consists of representatives from the seven ACP partner organisations. Other attendees are invited periodically when additional expertise or input is required.
The ACP board provides strategic oversight and shapes the direction, vision and ambition of the ACP. The board holds the ACP Executive Delivery Group to account for delivering the vision of the Accountable Care Partnership.
They ensure effective partnership working by obtaining the necessary engagement and support from the wider membership of each organisation whilst also providing assurance to the partner organisation’s boards.
ACP Board meetings are held quarterly. The first public ACP board meeting was held 19 June 2018. To access public ACP Board papers or for more information on future meetings visit the events page here.
The ACP Executive Delivery Group
The role of the ACP Executive Delivery Group is to provide a collaborative forum with members from each of the ACP partner organisations to focus on delivering transformational change that needs the leadership of all or most of our partner organisations.
The group oversees, steers and supports the ACP workstreams, ensuring alignment of workstreams and managing the links between them; in particular with oversight of whole system impact of proposed changes to the model of care.
They prioritise and deploy system resources across ACP workstreams and taking the work of the ACP back into our partner organisations and monitor our achievement of locally-agreed metrics and health and wellbeing outcomes; and providing assurance on progress, risks, issues, and outcomes to the ACP Board.