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Consultation on Openness (Duty of Candour)

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has launched a consultation which sets out proposals for requiring NHS providers to increase transparency and admit when things go wrong with health care. The contractual Duty of Candour in health care will be an enforceable … Read more → – Consultation on Openness (Duty of Candour)

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An interview with Dame Barbara Hakin

Dame Barbara Hakin

Dame Barbara Hakin, National Managing Director of Commissioning Development at the Department of Health, gives her personal perspectives on the challenges ahead and how the Department of Health is supporting the development of clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). From a commissioning … Read more → – An interview with Dame Barbara Hakin

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Pathfinder bulletin – September 2011

In this month’s issue: Welcome from Barbara Hakin Towards authorisation ‘Ready reckoner’ running costs tool for clinical commissioning groups Developing clinical senates and clinical networks Tackling health inequalities and promoting equality: rapid update sessions on 3 and 8 November Three … Read more → – Pathfinder bulletin – September 2011

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Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation

The latest version of Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation is published today. The document sets out current thinking to help emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) consider the steps towards authorisation. It describes the processes that may need to be … Read more → – Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation

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Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation – Frequently Asked Questions

Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation was published today.  Set out below are some specific questions that have been raised. Please send us any further questions you may have to Steven.Pidgeon@dh.gsi.gov.uk. Authorisation What can CCGs decide for themselves and what … Read more → – Developing clinical commissioning groups: Towards authorisation – Frequently Asked Questions

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