19 April 2021
NHSCC has drafted a collective response to the consultation on behalf of the NHS Confederation, following a survey of NHSCC’s members, engagement sessions with members and NHSEI and internal feedback from colleagues representing different parts of the Confederation.
08 January 2021
On behalf of CCGs, NHS Clinical Commissioners has developed a national response to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s engagement exercise Integrating care – Next steps to building strong and effective integrated care systems across England.
03 February 2020
We have formally responded to the NHS England and NHS Improvement Draft NHS Standard Contract Consultation 2020/21.
15 January 2020
On behalf of CCGs we have developed a national response to the NHS England and NHS Improvement consultation on the Primary Care Network – Direct Enhanced Service Draft Outline Service Specifications.
22 November 2019
We have responded to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s tariff engagement survey on key areas of work for the 2020 national tariff.
21 October 2019
We have responded to the prevention green paper: Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s.
23 August 2019
We have responded to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s consultation on digital-first primary care policy, which focuses on patient registration, funding and contracting rules.
25 April 2019
We responded to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s engagement exercise on proposed legislative changes to implement the Long Term Plan.
28 February 2019
We submitted written evidence to the Public Accounts Committee’s inquiry into NHS financial sustainability, which was called after a National Audit Office report of the same name was published in January.
16 January 2019
We submitted written evidence to the Public Accounts Committee’s inquiry into clinical commissioning groups, which was called after the National Audit Office report ‘A review of the role and costs of clinical commissioning groups’ was published in December. The inquiry sought to explore ongoing funding pressures on CCGs, as well as the current and future role of CCGs.