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Status:
Decision Proposed
Title:
Direct Payments in Birmingham: Maximising choice, control and flexibility in the use of Direct Payments
Include item on Forward Plan/ Key Decision
No
Originally Added to forward plan
Reference:
006119/2019
Urgent Decision - Not in Forward Plan
No
Details for Agenda Sheet
Andy Cave, Chief Executive; Dr Chipiliro Kalebe-Nyamongo, Policy Officer, Healthwatch Birmingham.
Implementation Date (not before meeting on)
Tue 22 Jan 2019
Purpose
For discussion.
Key Portfolio
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Decision Maker
Reason For Key Decision
Relevant Documents
Decision Type:
Committee
Decision Maker:
Health and Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee
Directorate
Other Information
Private Reason
Decision Outcome
Rating:
Is the Decision Maker Aware of the Decision:
No
Is the Head of Services Aware of the Decision:
No
Is Decision County Wide:
No
Would the recommended decision be contrary to the budget and policy framework:
No
Decision Options:

Additional Information

Reg 10
Reg 11

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Overview and Scrutiny

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Decision History

Date & Time CreatedUser Full NameStatus DescriptionDetails
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10/01/2019 17:10:01Gail Sadler Business Item Created 
10/01/2019 17:10:01Gail Sadler Committee AddedHealth and Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee
10/01/2019 17:10:01Gail Sadler Meeting Added22/01/2019 10:00AM
10/01/2019 17:10:17Gail Sadler Status ChangedDecision Proposed [2]
10/01/2019 17:21:54Gail Sadler Report AddedDocument ID 152327: HWB presentation - HOSC 22 January 2019final

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