Clinical Commissioning Groups

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Disease-specific pathways and hospital-based care are a redundant strategy for the multi-morbidity future, says Sir John Oldham

Over the next 40 years, most healthcare systems worldwide will face a tsunami of need from people with long-term conditions such as diabetes, chronic airways disease and circulatory diseases. There will be a rise of 252 per cent by 2050, and this is built into existing demography and prevalence. The mathematics are inescapable. In England … Continue reading

NHS Commissioning Board must ‘walk the walk’ when it comes to local autonomy says Michael Dixon

In fewer than 100 working days, clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) will take up their full responsibilities.  The pain of authorisation will largely be over, the new commissioning architecture of the NHS in England mainly in place, and the key frameworks and tools for measurement mostly understood.   CCGs are ready to take up their responsibilities, … Continue reading


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