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Specialist Sexual Health Service delivery arrangements April 2020-March 2024

Meeting: 29/01/2020 - Cabinet (Item 9)

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To seek approval to continue with the current specialist sexual health delivery model for the commissioning of specialist sexual health services.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Cllr Tim Harman, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities, sought approval to continue with the council’s current specialist sexual health delivery model for the commissioning of specialist sexual health services.

 

Having considered all of the information, including known proposals, alternative options and reasons for recommendations, Cabinet noted the report and,

           

RESOLVED that: -

 

Cabinet delegate authority to the Director of Public Health, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities, to: -

 

  1. Continue the current Specialist Sexual Health Service delivery model;

 

  1. Enter into a Section 76 Agreement with the Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group for the commissioning of Specialist Sexual Health Services;

 

  1. Review and extend the agreement annually up to a maximum period of a further four years (to the end of March 2024).

Minutes:

Cllr Tim Harman, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities, sought approval to continue with the Council’s current specialist sexual health delivery model for the commissioning of specialist sexual health services.

 

Cllr Harman proposed that the Council continue with the current arrangements for the provision of sexual health services in Gloucestershire. Based on the evaluated benefits drawn from the collaborative agreement between the Council and the CCG, he stated there was very little value in making any changes to the arrangements.

 

Cllr Harman outlined each of the recommendations and proposed that the Council continue with the current Specialist Sexual Health Service delivery model. The agreement would be reviewed and agreed annually.

 

Having considered all of the information, including known proposals, alternative options and reasons for recommendations, Cabinet noted the report and,

           

RESOLVED that: -

 

Cabinet delegate authority to the Director of Public Health, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities, to: -

 

  1. Continue the current Specialist Sexual Health Service delivery model;

 

  1. Enter into a Section 76 Agreement with the Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group for the commissioning of Specialist Sexual Health Services;

 

  1. Review and extend the agreement annually up to a maximum period of a further four years (to the end of March 2024).