NHS Clinical Commissioners is the membership organisation for clinical commissioning groups. Our job is to help you get the best healthcare and health outcomes for your communities and patients.
We give you a strong, influencing voice from the frontline to the wider NHS, national bodies, government, parliament and the media. Our member networks help commissioners to support each other with common challenges and to share best practice to enhance their work locally.
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09 July 2020
NHS Clinical Commissioners has launched a new group to support clinical commissioning leaders who have a clinical background.
30 June 2020
Responding to the report Time to be radical? The view from system leaders on the future of ‘system by default’, Lou Patten, chief executive of NHS Clinical Commissioners, said:
“ICS working has taken huge steps forward over the last few months and we must acknowledge Leaders’ wishes that returning to previous practise is not an option. CCGs have an ongoing custodian role within systems, deploying their system and population health planning skills successfully and ensuring high-quality services for patients.”
15 July 2020
NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and Browne Jacobson LLP are pleased to deliver a series of webinars that are designed to support the learning of all CCGs considering or preparing for a merger in April 2021. Our first webinar is themed on building a case for change and communications and stakeholder engagement during the application phase.
20 July 2020
NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and Browne Jacobson LLP are pleased to deliver a series of webinars which are designed to support the learning of all CCGs considering/preparing for a merger in April 2021. Our second webinar is themed on governance and constitutions.