Tagged: clinical commissioning groups

Developing clinical commissioning groups: towards authorisation

These documents set out the current thinking to help emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) consider the steps towards authorisation. It describes the processes that may need to be in place … Read more → – Developing clinical commissioning groups: towards authorisation

The week: issue 214

This week, read about the launch of the adult social care engagement exercise, find out what a ’Ready Reckoner’ is and learn how you can participate in a consultation on … Read more → – The week: issue 214

Live webchat with Dame Barbara Hakin today

Dame Barbara Hakin, Managing Director of Commissioning Development at the Department of Health, will answer your commissioning questions in a live webchat today, Monday 5 September at 4.30pm.

Baseline data to support development of future health systems

The Department is committed to publishing shadow indicative allocations for clinical commissioning groups and local authorities (in respect of their public health responsibililties)  before the end of the year. These … Read more → – Baseline data to support development of future health systems

The week: issue 208

This week’s issue includes the Long Term Conditions commissioning pathway, party conference guidance for civil servants, the CQC Annual Report 2010 on safer management of controlled drugs and the usual … Read more → – The week: issue 208

Diagnostic tool for emerging clinical commissioning groups

A new developmental, self-assessment tool to enable emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) to understand and reflect upon their values, culture, behaviours and wider organisational health has now been made available. … Read more → – Diagnostic tool for emerging clinical commissioning groups