06 September 2017
We have produced a checklist to support CCGs with induction and training of lay members. This looks at induction, mentoring and buddying, networking and ongoing and further training.
26 June 2017
We have published a checklist to support CCGs with recruiting lay members. Aimed at CCG chairs, members of the CCG governing body and lay members, the checklist provides a series of questions that can be asked to start conversations about both recruitment and succession planning.
13 June 2017
We have published an infographic showing how rising inflation, along with a growing population, means that while on paper the funds allocated to CCGs are going up, in reality the value of the CCG pound is shrinking.
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.
07 December 2016
Lessons in leadership from women clinical commissioners provides advice based on the experience of women CCG leaders at the top of their careers. It includes practical examples from these women on the skills, values, and behaviours that helped them to succeed in their own roles, as well as tips on supporting the next generation of female clinical commissioning leaders.
22 November 2016
In partnership with NHS Confederation, National Voices and the Centre for Public Scrutiny, we have launched a new resource to support those delivering change within their Sustainability and Transformation Plan footprints to work through key governance and accountability challenges.
20 October 2016
NHSCC have published a paper setting out our vision for the future of clinical commissioning. Informed by interviews with CCG leaders and other key players in the health and care sector, The future of commissioning is clear that we will continue to see an evolution in the commissioning system but that it remains a vital part of the health system that is focused on delivering for patients and local populations.
28 September 2016
NHS Clinical Commissioners has launched a new publication in collaboration with the University of Birmingham, which sets out factors that can enable CCGs to successfully command the confidence of the public, patients, local politicians and other key stakeholders when making changes. It draws on both academic research and practical insight from commissioners, patient groups and NHS England.