South West London Committees in Common


The six Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in South West London (Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth) have agreed to establish a ‘Committees in Common’ to make  decisions as a group of CCGs together. The effective commissioning of health care sometimes needs decisions to be made for populations larger than a single CCG.

Papers and other related material are available to download/view below.

Public Questions

Members of the public are invited to ask written questions of the Committee relating to the business being conducted. Questions will be answered at the meeting and priority will be given to written questions that have been received in advance of the meeting. Please send any questions by e-mail to SWLProgrammeOffice@swlondon.nhs.uk 

 


Scheduled meetings

The next SWL Committee in Common takes place in public on Tuesday 9th October 2018 5:00pm – 6:30pm Meeting rooms 6.2/6.3 120 The Broadway, Wimbledon, SW19 1RH

  
  
CiC COI Register of declared interests 09.10.2018.pdfCiC COI Register of declared interests 09.10.2018
Collaborative Decision Making Committee in Common 09.10.2018 agenda_FINAL.pdfCollaborative Decision Making Committee in Common 09.10.2018 agenda_FINAL
Paper 01 Health Based Place of Safety - Case for Change.pdfPaper 01 Health Based Place of Safety - Case for Change
Paper 02 Continuing Healthcare and FNC Choice and Equity Policy DRAFT.pdfPaper 02 Continuing Healthcare and FNC Choice and Equity Policy DRAFT
Paper 03 SWL Commissioning Contracting Intentions.pdfPaper 03 SWL Commissioning Contracting Intentions
Paper 04 Access to and Implementation of Freestyle Libre Guidance in SWL.pdfPaper 04 Access to and Implementation of Freestyle Libre Guidance in SWL
SWL CDM CiC Meeting in Public 09.10.2018.pdfSWL CDM CiC Meeting in Public 09.10.2018


Records of previous meetings

Tuesday 27 March 2018

A video recording of the meeting can be found by click the link below

Thursday 16 November 2017

You can view a recording of the meeting here