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Clinical Commissioning Groups (Regional Voices / VONNE / House of Commons Library / NHS England / NHS Clinical Commissioners / ICSA / NICE / King’s Fund)

Summary The Regional Voices network in the North East, VONNE, has produced briefings to help the voluntary sector to understand the reformed health and care system. While they contain region-specific information for the North East, they are of nation-wide interest … Continue reading

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Strategic Clinical Networks: Single Operating Framework (NHS Commissioning Board)

Summary The NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB) decided upon four initial SCN Groupings in July 2012. These will operate throughout the country and comprise: Cancer. Cardiovascular. Maternity and Children. Mental health, dementia and neurological conditions. The single operating framework outlined … Continue reading

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