Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group acknowledges that every member of the Governing Body declares an interest, as the GPs are a member of their own practice.
We are pleased to report that there have been no breaches of the conflict of interest policy (2018/2019 to date).
All of the CCG’s governing body members, GP members, employees, and any other individuals who act on the CCG’s behalf regularly update a declaration of interest form. Members will also raise any emerging issues or specific interests at the start of meetings, including Governing Body Meetings.
|Audit and Governance Committee Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|Commissioning Committee Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|Finance and Performance Committee Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|GP Partners Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|Governing Body Register of Interests 2018/19||document DOC (82 KB)|
|Primary Care Commissioning Committee Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|Quality and Safety Register of Interests 2018/19||DOC|
|Management of COI policy June 18||DOC|
|Declaration Of Interest Form||DOC|
|Policy for Commercial Sponsorship and Joint Working with Pharmaceutical Industry July 17||DOC|
|Gift & Hospitality Register 2018/19||spreadsheet DOC (11 KB)|
|Committee Members and Particpating Attendees||document DOC (16 KB)|
|Remuneration & HR Committee||document DOC (68 KB)|
Conflict of Interest
Walsall CCG work to ensure that we are transparent, effective, ethical and implement open decision making. A large part of making sure this takes place is ensuring that we manage conflicts of interest that may arise. We are also committed to managing our gifts and hospitality effectively in accordance with the most recent NHS England guidance.
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