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.
25 May 2017
In partnership with the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) we have launched a new joint report that shows how collaboration between CCGs and AHSNs can bring positive benefits to local patients and populations.
18 May 2017
Chair of our Mental Health Commissioners Network Dr Phil Moore has welcomed the helpful messages in the King’s Fund and Royal College of Psychiatrists report Mental health and new models of care on what successful integration of mental health within new models of care should look like. He also agrees that it is absolutely essential mental health forms an essential component of all Sustainability and Transformation Plans across the country.
27 April 2017
We have launched a new publication Excellence in commissioning diabetes care showcasing examples of where clinically led commissioning is changing the way diabetes care is commissioned and improving people’s lives. The document draws out lessons from those involved in the projects to share and embed for the future.
25 May 2017
NHSCC and the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) have published a joint report Supporting strategic commissioning: Collaborative working between CCGs and AHSNs. This report shows how collaboration between CCGs and AHSNs can bring positive benefits to local patients and populations.
27 April 2017
This publication showcases examples of where clinically led commissioning is changing the way diabetes care is commissioned and improving people’s lives. It also draws out lessons from those involved in the projects to share and embed for the future.
14 December 2016
Shaping healthy cities and economies: The role of clinical commissioning demonstrates the positive contribution that clinical commissioners are making to their local economies. It showcases how clinical leaders in England’s core cities – the eight largest cities outside of London – are looking at how the services they commission can improve not only the health but social and economic wellbeing of their populations.
14 February 2017
We have responded to the joint CQC and NHS Improvement consultation on use of resources and well-led assessments.
09 January 2017
We have responded to the Department of Health’s consultation on the proposed introduction of a NHS pension administration levy.
07 December 2016
We have responded to the NHS England & NHS Improvement 2017/18 and 2018/19 National Tariff Payment System.