Mental Health Investment Standard
Surrey Heartlands statement 2021-22
All CCGs were required to plan to achieve the Mental Health Investment Standard in 2021/22 and CCGs were required to spend greater than or equal to the 2021/22 target spend number provided by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
As the Accountable Officer of NHS Surrey Heartlands ICB (the successor body of NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG), I am responsible for the preparation of the Mental Health Investment Standard Compliance Statement (the “Statement”) for the year ended 31 March 2022 and for the financial information that forms the basis of the calculation on which the Statement is derived. This includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal controls relevant to the preparation of the Statement to ensure that mental health expenditure is correctly classified and included in the calculations, and that the Statement is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
To the best of my knowledge and belief I have properly discharged my responsibilities with regard to reporting against the Mental Health Investment Standard.
I consider that NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG complied with the requirements of the Mental Health Investment Standard for 2021/22. The 2021/22 target spend was £146,648k and actual spend was £146,870k.
Dr Claire Fuller, Accountable Officer
NHS Surrey Heartlands ICB (the successor body of NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG)