Take part in webchat on licensing and procurement

A series of webchats will give you the chance to ask questions and share your views on licensing, procurement regulations and continuity of services during the public consultation period on different aspects of sector regulation. The first webchat on licensing … Read more → – Take part in webchat on licensing and procurement

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Public Health England People Transition Policy – FAQs for Module 1

This document sets out a series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the agreed HR processes for handling the transfer, appointment and redeployment of staff from sender organisations to Public Health England. Public Health England People Transition Policy – FAQs … Read more → – Public Health England People Transition Policy – FAQs for Module 1

Consultation launched on proposals for commissioners to deliver best value

Proposals for regulations to protect patients’ interests by ensuring that commissioners always deliver best value are being consulted on by the Department of Health. The consultation sets out proposals for requirements to: ensure good procurement practice by commissioners including requirements … Read more → – Consultation launched on proposals for commissioners to deliver best value

Consultation on new licensing regime for providers of NHS services

Proposals for implementing a new licensing regime for providers of NHS services have been published for consultation by the Department of Health. The issues covered by the proposals include: who will be required to hold a licence from Monitor? how … Read more → – Consultation on new licensing regime for providers of NHS services

Monitor consults on new NHS provider licence

Monitor has launched a consultation on its new NHS provider licence. The consultation sets out the thinking behind the latest proposals and explains changes Monitor has made following feedback from its engagement to date. Monitor’s provider licence will be its … Read more → – Monitor consults on new NHS provider licence

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