Finance and Budgets
The CCG revenue allocation was used to commission and provide health services for the population of Guildford and Waverley. The total net expenditure in 2016-17 was £252.9m and the breakdown by expenditure type is shown in the chart below. The largest area of spend was within Acute Commissioning of which expenditure for services at Royal Surrey County Hospital (RSCH) was £106.9m.
Historically, the CCG has delivered breakeven or a surplus in line with the financial plan. However, in 2016-17, the CCG has not met the break even plan and delivered a net deficit of -£5m as a result of significant cost pressures within the acute sector as well as rising Continuing Healthcare costs.
The CCG has delivered £8.8m of the planned Service Transformation programme of £12.8m (69%) in 2016-17. A large proportion of this was achieved by improving the efficiency of primary care prescribing as well as efficiencies within corporate services.
The Governing Body recognises that the underlying position represents a significant financial risk moving into 2017-18 because a high proportion of the Service Transformation Programme has been delivered through one-off efficiencies (which will be required on a permanent basis going forward) as well as the year end deficit financial position. In effect, the Service Transformation Programme did not deliver at the pace and scale of change required in 2016-17 in order to meet the financial requirements.
The Annual Accounts and Remuneration Report for financial years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17 are available on the Annual Report, Accounts and AGM page of this website.
Monthly spending greater than £25,000
Financial Year 2017/18
Financial Year 2016/17
Financial Year 2015/16
Financial Year 2014/15
Financial Year 2013/14
|Page updated:||16 August 2017|
|Next review due:||12 February 2018|
|Model Publication Scheme:||Class 3: What we spend and how|