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Service planning

3.  A performance report must include—

(a)an assessment of performance in relation to the national health and wellbeing outcomes including—

(i)a description of the extent to which the arrangements set out in the strategic plan and the expenditure allocated in the financial statement have achieved, or contributed to achieving, the national health and wellbeing outcomes;

(ii)information about the integration authority’s performance against key indicators or measures in relation to the national health and wellbeing outcomes; and

(iii)in respect of the information included in the performance report by virtue of sub-paragraph (ii), a comparison between the reporting year and the 5 preceding reporting years (or, where there have been fewer than 5 reporting years, all preceding reporting years, if any);

(b)an assessment of performance in relation to the integration delivery principles including information about the way in which the arrangements set out in the strategic plan, and expenditure allocated in the financial statement, have contributed to the provision of services in pursuance of integration functions in accordance with the integration delivery principles; and

(c)an assessment of performance in relation to strategic planning including, where applicable, information about the number of significant decisions that have been made by the integration authority to which section 36 of the Act (significant decisions outside strategic plan: public involvement) applies and the reasons for making each such decision.