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Moving person centred care from the margins to the mainstream – Dr Katie Coleman

As the NHS Commissioning Assembly annual event gets underway in London, Dr Katie Coleman, a GP and Vice-Chair of Islington CCG, explains how person centred care can become a reality: Sir William Osler, the renowned Canadian physician, led nineteenth century thinking on what became known as the ‘patient as a person’ movement. This was a […]

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Bulletin for CCGs: Issue 68, 25 September 2014

Gateway reference number: 02300 Download the bulletin as a PDF   Contents   Operational issues – for action: Cabinet Office Consultation – Public procurement Act now to protect hard to replace services Dementia Revealed – what primary care needs to know Other news – for information: New start date for out of area registration confirmed […]

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Statement of Requirement: Promoting at-scale general practice

Background NHS England is a new national NHS organisation that was established as the NHS Commissioning Board in the 2012 Health Act and became fully operational in April 2013, when it adopted the name NHS England. At its core, the organisation exists to ensure every person in England has high quality care now and for […]

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Promoting at-scale general practice

In October 2013, The Prime Minister announced a £50m challenge fund would be set up to improve access to general practice and stimulate innovative ways of providing primary care services. Following a robust selection process, 20 pilot schemes were chosen to test new models of providing general practice. NHS England has signalled its ambition to […]

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Specialised commissioning stakeholder newsletter: Issue 4

Publications Gateway Number: 02213 Welcome to the fourth edition of the Specialised Commissioning Stakeholder Newsletter This newsletter has been developed primarily to update you about the work of the specialised commissioning task force, which was established in order to make some immediate improvements to the way in which we commission specialised services, and also to […]

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The new Congenital Heart Disease review: 31st update – John Holden

The launch of consultation On Monday 15 September NHS England launched twelve weeks of consultation on draft standards and service specifications for congenital heart disease (CHD) services. This will run until 5pm on Friday 8 December. The following materials are available on our dedicated consultation web-pages. a consultation document, introducing the standards and specifications and […]

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Consultation

On Monday 15 September 2014, NHS England launched its twelve week consultation on draft standards and service specifications for congenital heart disease (CHD) services. This will run until 5pm on 8 December 2014. The standards and service specifications are draft which means that no decisions have been made. We hope that as many people as […]

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Board meeting – 19 September 2014

The next Board meeting will take place on 19 September at NHS Southside, Boardroom floor 4, 105 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6QT starting at 10.30am. If you would like to attend, please register your interest at england.boardattendance@nhs.net. and let us know if you have any additional requirements. Please note that members of the public are […]

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Bulletin for CCGs: Issue 67, 11 September 2014

Gateway reference number: 02223 Download the Bulletin for CCGs: issue 67, 11 September 2014   Contents   Headline: Integrated Personal Commissioning NHS Commissioning Assembly news: Showcase the work of your CCG at the NHS Commissioning Assembly event Opportunity to showcase examples of best practice in improving patient experience Strategic issues: Update on primary care co-commissioning […]

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Post diagnostic support in dementia – Professor Alistair Burns

Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, gives his views on support for people with dementia and their carers. Being diagnosed with dementia is the start of a life changing journey, and that’s why it’s so important that we reach our ambition of increasing correctly diagnosing dementia in more people, and putting in […]

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