Tagged: NHS Commissioning Board

Developing the way providers of NHS services are paid

Monitor has published a report which sets out the opportunities for improving patient care by developing the way providers of NHS services are paid. It is the most comprehensive analysis of pricing in the NHS that has ever been done … Read more → – Developing the way providers of NHS services are paid

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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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Commissioning development documents published

Three key documents related to commissioning development have been ratified at the board meeting of the NHS Commissioning Board Authority this week. They are: Towards establishment: Creating responsive and accountable clinical commissioning groups. This guidance intends to support GP practices, … Read more → – Commissioning development documents published

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Amendments to Health and Social Care Bill published

The Government has tabled a series of amendments to the Health and Social Care Bill in advance of its Report Stage in the House of Lords, which begins next week. Health Minister Earl Howe has tabled a number of amendments … Read more → – Amendments to Health and Social Care Bill published

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Clinical network project continues to make progress

Dr Kathy McLean has written to members of the clinical network project to update them on progress. A range of working groups will be established early in 2012 that will focus on a number of specific aspects of future function … Read more → – Clinical network project continues to make progress

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