News & Policy
Our role is to help CCGs secure the best possible healthcare and health outcomes for their communities and patients.
We’re giving CCGs a strong, influencing voice from the frontline to the wider NHS, national bodies, government, parliament and the media. We’re building new networks where CCGs can share experience and expertise; and providing information, support, tools and resources to help CCGs do their job better.
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.
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.”
23 May 2019
The changing face of clinical commissioning showcases the unique perspective brought by clinical commissioners – the clinical expertise, collaborative working with provider and local government colleagues, and an understanding of the population’s needs in the system in which they operate – and argues that these are essential components to developing integrated services that are fit for purpose and get the best value for each NHS pound.
11 April 2019
Public health has always been a key issue for our members so, in response to a renewed national focus on public health commissioning, NHSCC has produced a position statement, developed with and informed by the views of our members.
22 January 2019
This briefing was developed in partnership between NHS Clinical Commissioners and Research in Practice. It is aimed at those involved in the commissioning of mental health services and support for children and young people.
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.