Tagged: commissioning

Working with service users to improve services

Guide for commissioners on how NHS staff and service users can work together to improve services Earlier this week Panos London and Naz Project London (NPL) launched the findings of a three year collaborative pilot study, Beyond Consultation. The project … Read more → – Working with service users to improve services

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The Year of Care Partnership: learning for commissioners

The Year of Care (YOC) Programme has shown how to deliver personalised care in routine practice for people with Long Term Conditions (LTCs), using diabetes as an exemplar. The approach puts people with LTCs firmly in the driving seat of … Read more → – The Year of Care Partnership: learning for commissioners

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Moving forward with the new system

Paul Zollinger-Read’s regular update to the pathfinder clinical commissioning group community. Dear all. Welcome to your latest update. The main topic this week is the recent announcement of the proposed structure for the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB) its central … Read more → – Moving forward with the new system

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Case study: Multi-disciplinary working in Sheffield

There are many examples of how multi-disciplinary groups are postively contributing towards the commissioning of health services around the country. Allied Health Professional (AHP) lead managers in Sheffield have formed an AHP ‘federation’ to inform the work of their local … Read more → – Case study: Multi-disciplinary working in Sheffield

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CCGs testing learning disability guidance

Three emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are testing draft learning disability commissioning guidance written by the Royal College of GPs, the Improving Health and Lives Learning Disability Observatory (IHaL) and the Joint Commissioning Panel. There have been initial meetings with … Read more → – CCGs testing learning disability guidance

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