How we spend your money

The total budget of NHS Morecambe Bay CCG for 2019/20 was in three parts. The CCG’s main allocation was £519.269m for commissioning NHS services for the local community, the CCG received a further allocation of £46.585m for delegated commissioning of primary care medical services and the CCG was also allocated £7.392m from which it was expected to cover all its running costs. A full breakdown of this is available in the Annual Report 2019/20.

  

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Report to the members of the Governing Body of NHS Morecambe Bay CCG on the Mental Health Investment Standard 
 
The Members of the Governing Body of NHS Morecambe Bay CCG (‘the CCG’) engaged KPMG LLP Chartered Accountants to perform an independent assurance engagement in respect of the CCG’s Mental Health Investment Standard (‘the MHIS’) Statement of Compliance for the year ended 31 March 2019.

The report is now available and can be viewed here along with the CCG's Statement of Compliance signed by Jerry Hawker, Accountable Officer of Morecambe Bay CCG 

 

Annual Audit Letter 

The Annual Audit Letter which summarises the key issues arising from the 2019/20 audit at NHS Morecambe Bay Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has now been published and can be viewed here 

 

Expenditure reporting

Since 1 April 2010 all information relating to expenditure over £25,000 spent by NHS organisations must be published on its website. Monthly details will be published by the 15th working day of each month.

This is because the Government has set out the need for greater transparency so that the public is more easily able to hold public bodies and politicians to account.

‘Expenditure’ is all individual invoices, grant payments, expense payments, payments to GPs, or other such transactions that are over £25,000. Payments to staff are excluded from this disclosure.

View the guidance issued by the Treasury.

Details are also available from the data.gov website: data.gov website. 

Download NHS Morecambe Bay CCG’s monthly expenditure reports: