Have your say - NHS England consults public about Evidence-Based Interventions
30 Jul 2018, 11:16
The next Herts Valleys CCG board meeting held in public is on Thursday 26 September.
The board papers are now available and can be accessed by clicking the following link.
Members of the public are reminded that CCG Board meetings are meetings held in public, not public meetings. However, the Board provides members of the public at the start of each meeting the opportunity to ask questions that relate to the agenda items. The Chair will not normally allow more than one question per person due to time constraints. The time given over to questions will need to be limited in order for the board to cover their agenda fully within the given time
Members of the public are urged, if possible, to give notice of their questions at least 48 hours before the beginning of the meeting in order that a full answer can be provided; if notice is not given, an answer will be provided whenever possible but the relevant information may not be available at the meeting. If such information is not available, the CCG will provide a written answer to the question as soon as is practicable after the meeting.
The Secretary can be contacted by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by telephone (01442 284074), or by post to: Board Secretary, Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group, The Forum, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1DN.
Audio Visual Recording
The CCG will be recording the board meeting to provide access to proceedings for people unable to attend the meeting in person. We would like to inform you that the CCG assumes you have given consent to being recorded by registering your attendance on arrival at this meeting.
The CCG does not permit any other audio or video recording of the board meeting unless expressly agreed by the Chair in advance of the meeting and with prior agreement of all members of the public present at the meeting. Anyone found using such a device without prior agreement will be asked to cease recording and may be asked to leave the meeting.