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. We have six member networks where you can share experiences.
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19 September 2019
Responding to the MHRA’s revised position on the use of Avastin, NHSCC’s chief executive Julie Wood said: “We are delighted to see MHRA has revised its position on the use and supply of Avastin to treat wet AMD. This decision is a step towards enabling the NHS to treat thousands of patients with wet AMD for a fraction of the cost, freeing much-needed funds to spend on other NHS services.”
04 September 2019
NHSCC respond to the government’s spending plans for 2020/21, including boosts for the HEE budget, public health grant, capital spending, and social care.
27 August 2019
NHS England and Improvement released the new oversight framework for 2019/20 on 23 August.
With the move to system working, their framework has been revised to reflect that NHS England and NHS Improvement will be assessing CCGs and providers more consistently.
03 October 2019
How can we use technology to maximise the use of NHS space, driving efficiencies and better estate management? Chris King (NHS Property Services) joins NHSCC’s Julie Das-Thompson for a webinar about how the NHS Open Space programme can help commissioners make better use of the NHS estate.
01 October 2019
HETT is one-of-a-kind event for the healthcare industry that unites 130+ world-leading health technology suppliers with 3,000+ digital leaders from NHS Trusts, Foundation Trusts, CCGs, ICSs, national bodies and private hospitals.
15 October 2019
Many of our members are going to be merging in the next two years, and this event in Manchester will give them a chance to hear from legal experts, colleagues from NHS England and Improvement and CCGs who have already been through the process.