This section sets out both the Annual Performance Reports and Performance Reports to the Board.The Partnership’s Integration Joint Board uses a Forth Valley-wide Performance Management Framework to monitor its progress. Reflecting the individual priorities of the local partnerships, individual measures and targets are being created.
The role of performance management is to ensure that efforts are clearly targeted and that desired outcomes and improvements are achieved. It is fundamental to ensuring delivery of improved health and social care, and ensuring the best experience focusing on person-centred care.
Annual Performance Reports
The Partnership’s Annual Performance Report shows the progress made in delivering its Strategic Plan during past first year. The report also summarises the work planned for the year ahead.
The Annual Report highlights the complex and challenging environment of health and social care. The Partnership has been able to respond to, and plan ahead for many of these challenges. This is due to the commitment, resilience and professionalism of our workforce and our Partners, including carers and volunteers. The Report shows that by working together, we are making a positive difference to people who use our services and their carers.
Annual Performance Report 2020/21
Under the Public Bodies (Joint Working) Regulations 2014, we are required to publish our Annual Performance Report by July 31 each year. Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Council, NHS services, and staff resources, we do not have sufficient capacity to produce and publish our report for 2020/21 to the usual statutory timescale.
In accordance with Part 3 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, we have taken the decision to postpone the publication of our Annual Performance Report for 2020/21. We expect to publish our annual report in September, which will be available from this page.
Ongoing Performance Reporting
The Partnership’s Integration Joint Board receives regular Performance Reports. These reports ensure the Board fulfils its ongoing responsibility to ensure effective monitoring and reporting on the delivery of services. They also provide information on performance against targets and measures set out in the Strategic Plan.
A Strategy Map has been created, which ensures there is a direct link from National Health and Well Being outcomes and Strategic Plan outcomes to performance indicators.