Health and Wellbeing Board
The Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board has vision to be a “City that sets the health and wellbeing of its most vulnerable citizens as its most important priority and that has an integrated health and social care system that is both resilient and sustainable”. The Board has also agreed to a Health and Wellbeing Strategy to:
The Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Strategy spans the health and wellbeing system for children, young people and adults and involves partners from the NHS, local authority, social care, public health, police, community safety partnership, third sector and Healthwatch. In addition to more traditional health and wellbeing measures, the Strategy includes measures on some of the wider determinants of health such as housing and employment.
The Board has set ten strategic outcomes for Birmingham which lead to 17 Actions. Progress has been measured against 22 indicators and targets; it is the intention of the Board to monitor the effectiveness of these measures and develop them as necessary on an on-going basis.
Useful Links (opens in a separate window)
- Health and Wellbeing Board Strategy
- Birmingham Health & Wellbeing Strategy Performance Summary (June 2014)
- Public Health Outcome Framework