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21 February 2017
Responding to the King’s Fund report ‘Delivering sustainability and transformation plans’ Julie Wood, chief executive of NHS Clinical Commissioners said:
“STPs provide a real opportunity to drive collaboration across the health and care system for the benefit of local people, but if they are to succeed it is critical that we get governance and engagement right.
31 January 2017
Dr Phil Moore, Chair of NHSCC’s Mental Health Commissioners Network said:
“The Thrive West Midlands action plan shows impressive commitment from key organisations across health, care and the wider system who are working together to promote good mental health in the region.”
27 January 2017
Responding to the Royal College of Surgeons comments in the media today about eligibility criteria for operations on hip, knee and other joints, NHSCC chief executive Julie Wood said: “Clinical commissioners are committed to ensuring that their patients are provided with the best possible healthcare, which will give them the best possible outcomes. Unfortunately the NHS does not have unlimited resources and ensuring patients get the best possible care against a backdrop of spiralling demand and increasing financial pressures is one of the biggest issues CCGs face.”
23 February 2017
The NHSCC HR & OD Leads will be holding their inaugural in-person meeting which will provide an opportunity to hear from national stakeholders on the issues that members have identified as priorities for CCGs, share their views and influence development of national strategy.
10 May 2017
The NHSCC Finance Forum will be holding its annual event on Wednesday 10 May in London. This will bring together CFOs in CCGs from across the country to discuss shared challenges and solutions and engage with national decision makers on key issues related to CCG finances.