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23 October 2014
NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) today welcomed the Five Year Forward View published by NHS England, which gives a very clear steer that local clinical commissioners are at the heart of the future NHS.
22 October 2014
NHS Clinical Commissioners is proud that both of our co-chairs and three other board members have been recognised for their work by appearing in the HSJ’s list of top 100 clinical leaders 2014.
08 October 2014
Dr Phil Moore, Chair of NHS Clinical Commissioners Mental Health Commissioners Network responded to Nick Clegg’s mental health announcement in his party conference speech today.
07 October 2014
Dr Amanda Doyle and Dr Steve Kell, co-chairs of NHS Clinical Commissioners responded to Norman Lamb’s speech at today’s party conference.
30 September 2014
Responding to Jeremy Hunt’s speech at today’s Conservative Party Conference, Dr Amanda Doyle and Dr Steve Kell, co-chairs of NHS Clinical Commissioners said:
“In his speech today Jeremy Hunt recognised the pressures that the NHS is facing, and keeping politics out of the NHS and ensuring it does not become a ‘political football’ is something that NHSCC has long been asking for from all political parties.
05 November 2014
Norman Lamb MP, Minister of State for Care and Support, will be joining the next Mental Health Commissioners Network event in London on 5th November. He will share a stage with Geraldine Strathdee, National Clinical Director for Mental Health, NHS England, for a substantial debate with members about key issues in mental health commissioning as part of a packed, full day programme.