Tagged: clinical commissioning groups

Health intelligence requirements for local authorities set out

The Department of Health has set out the health intelligence requirements for local authorities and the actions local areas may wish to take to support their new public health duties from an information and intelligence perspective. This information is available … Read more → – Health intelligence requirements for local authorities set out

Views invited on JSNAs and JHWSs draft guidance

Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategies (JHWSs) are about the NHS, local government and communities working together to improve health and wellbeing outcomes and reduce inequalities. The Department has worked with stakeholders to develop and … Read more → – Views invited on JSNAs and JHWSs draft guidance

New home for the learning network

As the responsibility for clinical commissioning moves from the Department of Health to the NHS Commissioning Board, the majority of resources and information for proposed clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are now published by the NHS Commissioning Board Authority. Therefore the … Read more → – New home for the learning network

Translating ambition into action

Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive Designate of Public Health England, on the latest developments for Public Health England We are at the early stage of understanding how we translate our ambition for the public health system in England into practical and … Read more → – Translating ambition into action

More guidance for CCGs released

The NHS Commissioning Board Authority has published Clinical commissioning group authorisation: Draft guide for assessors undertaking desk top review.  It is an accompaniment to Clinical commissioning group authorisation: Draft guide for applicants and covers: the overarching principles, approach  and methodology … Read more → – More guidance for CCGs released