Declarations of Interest
In order to ensure effective processes in making commissioning decisions the CCG has in place a comprehensive infrastructure to capture declarations of interest from Governing Body and Committee members, Council of Members, Retained Clinicians and Staff. The CCG has in place a Framework for Delivering Good Governance (contained within its Constitution) and a Standards of Conduct and Conflicts of Interest Policy to support all individuals and ensure processes are in place to secure the effective management of interests to mitigate the risks of actual or potential conflicts arising.
The CCG retains the following registers:
- Public Register – contains Governing Body and Committee Member and Corporate Management Register
- Public Register Part 2 - includes Council of Members and Retained Clinician interests
- Staff Register 2017
- Procurement Decisions Register
- Gifts and Hospitality Register 2016/17 and 2017/18
- Conflict of Interest Breach Register 2016/17 and 2017/18
All registers are available on this website on the links above. The Public Register is also published annually in the Annual Report.
Conflict of interest guardian
As an NHS commissioner the CCG is required to have a Conflicts of Interest Guardian role in place to provide support to all those that need to raise any concerns they may have regarding potential or actual conflicts of interest that could if not resolved result in risk to the CCGs effective commissioning of healthcare services.
NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG's Conflict of Interest Guardian is the Audit Chair John Plaskett. Staff, Governing Body and Committee members, Council of Members and members of the general public can contact him via the contact us email or via the reception desk (see email and telephone details on the Contact Us page on this website,) to request his direct contact telephone number.