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The power of the super CCG

26 October 2014

The power of the super CCG – read more

Working together to deliver better health

NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) were given the power to collaborate on commissioning of services as part of the 2012 amendments to the Health and Social Care Act (2006). A number of CCGs were able to carry out their commissioning together but there was no provision to enable them to achieve this through a ‘joint committee’ in the same manner as the outgoing Primary Care Trusts had been able to. This meant that CCGs were unable to set up a binding joint decision-making body between...

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