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Year-end Council Plan Monitoring Report 2018/19

Meeting: 03/10/2019 - Social & Health Care Overview & Scrutiny Committee (Item 26)

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That the report be noted.


The Social & Health Care Overview & Scrutiny Facilitator presented the 2018/19 year-end progress report on the Council Plan for 2018/23 providing analysis on the priority ‘Supportive Council’ which was relevant to the Committee. 


The Facilitator advised that the monitoring report for the 2018/19 Council Plan was a positive report, with 92% of activities being assessed as having made good progress and 89% on track to achieve the desired outcome.  Performance indicators showed good progress with 70% on target, 20% being monitored and 10% off track.  Risks were also being successfully managed with the majority being assessed as moderate (64%), minor (14%) or significant (11%). 


The Facilitator drew attention to the performance indicators which showed a red status for current performance against target relevant to the Committee.  She referred to page 154 of the report, IP1.5.2.1 on the number of people kept in hospital while waiting for social care age 75+, and reported that the Corporate Resources Overview & Scrutiny Committee had referred the performance indicator on Delayed Transfer of Care which demonstrated   a negative trend to the Committee for further consideration.  The Senior Manager, Integrated Services Lead Adults, commented on the challenges and the significant work carried out by a dedicated team of staff to ensure people did not stay in hospital any longer than necessary and could return to a safe and environment where care was continued if necessary.  She also referred to the support provided to make sure people avoided being admitted into hospital if possible.   


Councillor Dave Mackie drew attention to pages 151 (IP and 153 (IP of the report.  Officers provided clarification around the analysis presented.




That the report be noted.