Tagged: commissioning

Live webchat with Dame Barbara Hakin

Dame Barbara Hakin

Dame Barbara Hakin, Managing Director of Commissioning Development at the Department of Health, answered your commissioning questions in a live webchat on 5 September. Any questions that she did not have time to respond to will be answered on this website… Read more →Live webchat with Dame Barbara Hakin

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Intelligence requirements workshops: 27 & 29 September

The Intelligence for Commissioners (IfC) Programme is a workstream within the national Commissioning Development programme led by Dame Barbara Hakin. The primary aim of the IfC Programme is to identify the intelligence requirements to support the future commissioning environment, including… Read more →Intelligence requirements workshops: 27 & 29 September

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Delegation of commissioning and legal status of emerging clinical commissioning groups

This document comprises a letter from Barbara Hakin to SHA Directors of Commissioning Development and a note on delegation of commissioning and legal status of pathfinders. The note sets out the technical detail about the specific indicator to track the… Read more →Delegation of commissioning and legal status of emerging clinical commissioning groups

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Pathfinder groups bulletin – August 2011

In this month’s issue: Welcome from Barbara Hakin Authorisation update NHS Commissioning Board’s People Transition Policy Delegation of commissioning and legal status of emerging CCGs Functions of clinical commissioning groups Webchat with Barbara Hakin – 5 September Welcome from Barbara… Read more →Pathfinder groups bulletin – August 2011

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Better Health, Better Experience, Better Engagement

This document is a practical framework to help emerging clinical commissioning groups think through how they build engagement and insight into the care experience and into commissioning from the outset. It provides practical advice, suggestions for action and signposts examples… Read more →Better Health, Better Experience, Better Engagement

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Case study: Dorset primary care

This case study looks at what clinical commissioners in Dorset are doing to improve the quality and outcomes of clinical care pathways and maximise the available skills and resources within their localities. What’s taking place? What are the benefits? What’s… Read more →Case study: Dorset primary care

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The Core Cities Health Network Report

The attached document has been produced for commissioners by the Core Cities Health Network. Core Cities Health Report The Core Cities Health Network is a network of Chief Executives of Core Cities PCTs set up in 2008 to work in… Read more →The Core Cities Health Network Report

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Last chance to enter: HSJ Awards 2011 extends deadline

For three decades the HSJ Awards have celebrated health service innovation. It’s your last chance to recognise your organisation’s success in these difficult times. Entry deadline extended to 29 July 2011! Due to a phenomenal number of entries and response… Read more →Last chance to enter: HSJ Awards 2011 extends deadline

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After the Pause its time to >> Fast Forward >>!

Dr Shane Gordon, GP in Colchester and chief executive of the North East Essex GP Commissioning Group, on the views of GPs on the Health and Social Care Bill. After the Pause its time to >> Fast Forward >>! There… Read more →After the Pause its time to >> Fast Forward >>!

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CCG size and commissioning support

Paul Zollinger-Read’s weekly update to the clinical commissioning group pathfinder community. There are several issues that I think all emerging Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) need to start considering in detail with their PCT Clusters and with the support of their… Read more →CCG size and commissioning support

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