11 July 2019
NHS England’s CCG Annual Assessment Report for 2018/19, published today, shows an increase in both the number and proportion of clinical commissioning groups that are rated as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’.
04 July 2019
NHS Clinical Commissioners is encouraging all our members and team to join over 200,000 people who have already completed the Zero Suicide Alliance’s free online suicide prevention training.
27 June 2019
Dr Graham Jackson, co-chair of NHSCC, reponds to the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan Implementation Framework.
24 June 2019
NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) today welcomes a report from the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee on the legislative proposals required to deliver the NHS Long Term Plan.
23 May 2019
As the NHS in England works to deliver the Long Term Plan through integrated care systems, it must not lose the clinical leadership, understanding of their local communities and unique perspective provided by clinical commissioners.
04 April 2019
NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) has joined together with organisations and individuals from more than 20 countries to release the International Declaration for Zero Suicide Healthcare – a call to action to protect patients who enter our health system, their relatives and staff against the tragedy of suicide.
26 March 2019
“We are delighted this year to partner with the Self Care Forum to support the hotly contested award for the CCG of the Year. Supporting and empowering people to self care is one of the core priorities for our members right across the country.”
20 March 2019
“Unfortunately the NHS does not have unlimited resources and ensuring patients get the best possible care against a backdrop of spiralling demands, competing priorities and increasing financial pressures is one of the biggest issues CCGs face.”
13 March 2019
We are pleased to announce that through the Mental Health Commissioners Network we have signed up to the Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health from Public Health England.
11 March 2019
The Clinically-led Review of NHS Access Standards, led by Prof. Stephen Powis, has been published today by NHS England. The review sets out recommendations for new and additional clinical targets including for A&E, urgent and emergency mental health care, cancer diagnosis and treatment, and elective procedures.