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Assurance & DeliveryThis link opens in a new tab

The role of our Assurance and Delivery teams is to: Assure and support our Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) with development and business continuity in ensuring all NHS organisations are coupled with the emergency preparedness, resilience and response (EPRR) process and national core standards. 10 high impact actions to release time for care Information is available online regarding […]

NHS England

NHS England and its partners set the overall commissioning strategy and clinical priorities for the NHS, for example through the NHS Five Year Forward View and the Shared Planning Guidance. NHS England commissions primary care services, for example GPs, dentists and opticians. Although, for GPs (primary medical services) this is delegated to Integrated Care Boards […]

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Mental HealthThis link opens in a new tab

Mental Health Financial Planning – Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ focuses on the Mental Health Investment Standard (MHIS), previously known as Parity of Esteem (PoE), and is the requirement for Integrated Care Boards (ICBs) to increase investment in Mental Health (MH) services in line with their overall increase in allocation each year. The Five Year […]

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Introducing our new Regional Head of Primary Care – Caroline TemminkThis link opens in a new tab

Bringing huge experience from nine years with NHS Employers working on tough issues such as the national GP contract and discussions with community pharmacy, we welcome Caroline Temmink who joins the Regional team as interim Head of Primary Care, leading the regional Primary Care programme. Caroline tells us a little more about her new role, discusses […]

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Key documentsThis link opens in a new tab

NHS Long Term Plan National CAMHS Taskforce Report (Future in Mind 2015) Tier 4 Review (2014) A New Way Forward (2015) Five Year Forward View for Mental Health Services (2016) Implementing the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health Services (2016) Local Transformation Plan Guidance (2015) Eating Disorders – Access and Waiting Time Commissioning Guidance (2015) NHS […]

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Improving mental health servicesThis link opens in a new tab

The disparity in the quality and availability of mental health services is a longstanding issue, despite mental health being the single largest cause of disability in the UK, contributing 23% of the disease burden. An independent report of the Mental Health Taskforce commissioned by Simon Stevens (NHSE CEO) ‘The Five Year forward View for Mental […]

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Useful linksThis link opens in a new tab

National CAMHS Taskforce Report (Future in Mind 2015) Tier 4 Review (2014) A New Way Forward (2015) Five Year Forward View for Mental Health Services (2016) Implementing the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health Services (2016) Local Transformation Plan Guidance (2015) Eating Disorders – Access & Waiting Time Commissioning Guidance (2015) NHS Business Plan 2016/17 Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat Website CYP Improving […]

About primary care co-commissioning

Primary care co-commissioning is one of a series of changes set out in the NHS Five Year Forward View. It gives Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) an opportunity to take on greater responsibility for general practice commissioning. It was introduced to support the development of integrated out-of-hospital services, based around the needs of local people. Co-commissioning is […]

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South East Mental Health and Dementia ProgrammeThis link opens in a new tab

One in four adults and one in 10 children experience mental ill health, and there are many more of us who know and care for people who do.  People can and do recover, and yet for too long people have been stigmatised and marginalised, unable to access the high quality support and treatment they need […]