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29 January 2015
Dr Steve Kell and Dr Amanda Doyle respond to the disappointing news for CCGs and patients that Monitor are delaying the implementation of the National Tariff 2015/16.
27 January 2015
Dr Steve Kell, co-chair of NHS Clinical Commissioners today said “We are delighted that NHS England and the Department of Health have listened to the views and concerns of our members and halted the transfer of renal dialysis and morbid obesity that was planned for April 2015, and have committed not to make any changes before April 2016 as we asked them to do.”
27 January 2015
An equal partnership is key to the future of the NHS
Dr Amanda Doyle and Dr Steve Kell, co-chairs today responded to Labour’s ten-year plan for health and care that Andy Burnham set out.
26 January 2015
NHSCC today welcomed The Kings Fund and Nuffield Trust report ‘Risk or Reward’ as a helpful addition to the conversation about how to enable and support CCGs to continue to deliver high quality care for their patients and local populations, but at a time when strong commissioning and clinical leadership has never been more important, NHS England and the government must urgently address these issues to ensure CCGs are given the capacity and capability they need to succeed for the NHS.
05 February 2015
A webinar for NHSCC members top learn about the progress of the Smith Review of improvement & leadership development capability across the Health and Care services.
The webinar will focus on the offerings, scope and support for CCGs from the Leadership Academy, NHS Improving Quality, AHSNs, SCNs, and Senates.
18 March 2015
The Core Cities Network is made up of CCGs in Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bristol, Newcastle, Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester.
29 April 2015
This event is for GP mental health leads and mental health commissioners in member CCGs.