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15 July 2014
Responding to the Royal College of Surgeons Is access to surgery a postcode lottery? report, Dr Steve Kell said “CCGs are clinically led organisations that make clinically led decisions centred on the needs of their patients and local populations and to insinuate that their motivation is purely financial is wrong. There must be a balance between local decision making and national guidelines and NHSCC will be working with NICE and others to make sure that happens.”
10 July 2014
The Nuffield Trust report Into the Red confirms the dire reality of the financial situation that we are facing across the NHS, with commissioners and providers alike working hard against a backdrop of squeezed finances and increasing pressure. The report suggests that for commissioners there is no financial stability, nor indeed is there confidence in NHS finances now or in the years ahead.
04 July 2014
NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) today unveiled its first Board, democratically elected from right across the membership. The new board represents geographical constituencies, the six NHSCC member networks as well as input from our founding partner organisations, NHS Alliance, NAPC, and NHS Confederation, with three senior advisors.
27 June 2014
Reacting to an interview by Dr David Geddes of NHS England, Dr Steve Kell, co-chair of the NHSCC leadership group says “Strong general practice is vital for the future of the NHS” and urges NHS England to share their primary care plans with CCGs.
18 June 2014
Tags: Dr Michael Dixon
At last week’s busy Westminster Health Forum meeting (12 June 2014), Dr Michael Dixon, president of NHSCC and Chair of NHS Alliance spoke honestly and openly about the role of clinical commissioning, the challenges facing CCGs and the big opportunities commissioning offers to create a sustainable NHS.
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.