Tagged: PCTs

The week: issue 223

Time is running out to register for the NHS Chief Executives Conference 2011. Find out how in this week’s edition which also includes a number of publications items. Download ‘the … Read more → – The week: issue 223

Publication of 2010-11 reference costs

Reference costs published today for 2010-11 detail the most up to date information about how NHS expenditure was used to provide healthcare by NHS provider organisations. Reference costs are the … Read more → – Publication of 2010-11 reference costs

Department of Health response to the CCP’s report on patient choice

The Department of Health has now published the response to the Co-operation and Competition Panel’s (CCP’s) recommendations to ensure patient choice is protected. The Co-operation and Competition Panel published their report … Read more → – Department of Health response to the CCP’s report on patient choice

The week: issue 222

Register for the NHS Chief Executives Conference 2011, read about today’s publication of the pandemic flu strategy and find out more about the launch of the new £2 million dementia … Read more → – The week: issue 222

Planning for contract transfer

Following a detailed assessment of contract transfer risk with a small sample of primary care trusts (PCTs), a framework has been developed to ensure that contracts will be transferred to … Read more → – Planning for contract transfer

NHS support for social care: provision of support for memory services

This dear colleague letter from David Behan, Director General for Social Care, and David Flory, Deputy NHS Chief Executive, relates to the announcement on provision of £10m additional funding support to … Read more → – NHS support for social care: provision of support for memory services

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