From this page you can learn what we have done following engagement or consultation work. Listening and acting upon the feedback that patients and the public have taken time and effort to share is very important to us. We want to use this page to show how the CCG's decison-making has been enhanced by talking and listening to local people.
Click on a piece of work to learn more about what patients said, and what we did as a result.
Commissioning Intentions (CI)
CI for 2018/19 - The Commissioning Intentions report highlights the engagement findings and recommendations during four public CI engagement events which took place during June 2017, on the CCG’s proposals to develop, inform and guide Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) CI 2018/19. Download the document You said - We did (106 KB) for or CI work in 2017/18 to inform commissioning in the financial year 2018/19. See our pdf You said we did Summary. (1.05 MB)
- CI for 2017/18 - The Commissioning Intentions report highlights the engagement findings and recommendations during CI engagement events which took place during May and June 2016, on the CCG’s proposals to develop, inform and guide Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) CI 2017/18. Download the You said - We did for CI work in 2016/17 to inform commissioning in the financial year 2017/18.
CI for 2016/17 -The Commissioning Intentions report highlights the engagement findings and recommendations during an engagement exercise from December 2014 through to July 2015, on the CCG’s proposals to develop, inform and guide Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) CI 2016/17. Download the You said - We did for CI work in 2015/16 to inform commissioning in the financial year 2016/17.
Sickle Cell and Thalassemia
The survey closed on 21 August 2017. We will update this page once results are publically available. Thank you to all who participated in our engagement exercise.
Some of the help and support for Sickle Cell and Thalassemia is paid for by the CCG. Some of it is paid for by other NHS organisations. We asked you about the help and support that the CCG may need to pay for. We asked for your views (via a survey) as patients and members of the public about the following:
- The information that is available to the public about Sickle Cell and Thalassemia.
- The advice and counselling that parents are offered as part of the screening process
- The long-term support offered to people with the conditions
We also asked people who are affected by Sickle Cell and Thalassemia what they think is important to help them keep healthy and how that support could be provided. Some will have used the services which are available or know someone who has. We would like you to tell us your views about those services to help us decide which ones work best.
For more information click here.
We asked for your views about the moving of the three Assessment and Treatment Learning Disability in-patient beds at Pond Lane Hospital to other in-patient services within the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (BCPFT) in Dudley, Walsall and Sandwell.
We carried out pre-engagement with patients, families, carers and service commissioners from 16 May – 6 June 2016. This was followed by a consultation 4 July - 22 August 2016.
Thank you for all who took part in our consultation. The consultation is now closed.
The CCG Governing Body approved the proposal to close the three Pond Lane beds and deliver the three beds at BCPFT's other sites in Dudley, Walsall and Sandwell. The report and minutes showing approval are here.
Help shape future services or Efficiency Review Group (ERG)
Following a period of six weeks of engagement activities from 2 March to 12 April 2015, the outcomes of the engagement (including online, paper and face to face) have been presented to the Efficiency Review Group (ERG).
Unfortunately, Wolverhampton faces a more immediate problem. Our expected spend is increasing quicker than the money we are due to receive. While we should balance the books this year, next year will be very tough and we need to act now in order to continue commissioning safe, high quality care.
In November, the CCG set up a group to look at our entire portfolio of services to ensure they deliver the best possible care and value for patients. The group, including members of the CCG's senior team, GPs, lay members and patient representatives, looks at modern models and pathways of care and will make recommendations where it feels care can be delivered differently.
The group has made some recommendations and we have been asking your thoughts on the possible changes.
Your feedback and results - We created a short document that explained each proposal in more detail, which included a survey to give you the opportunity to share your thoughts on each. This survey closed in April and the feedback has now been analysed and used to help formulate recommendations to this group.
Download the 'Help shape future services' results so far to find out where we are with these recommendations.
Urgent Care Strategy
See our consultation report and follow-up plan for our strategy to simplify and improve the city's urgent and emergency care services (March 2014).
Planned Care Changes
See the consultation report on proposals to move some planned care to Cannock Chase for Wolverhampton patients (December 2014).