Tag Archives: Local Strategic Commissioning

Collaborative Working Between CCGs and AHSNs: Strategic Commissioning (NHSCC / AHSNs)

Summary A briefing from NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) and Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) supplies case studies illustrating the potential benefits of collaborative working between CCGs and AHSNs. A clear focus on specific issues is recommended. Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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Improving Health Outcomes: Use of Voluntary / Community Sector Evidence (NHS Confederation)

Summary This NHS Confederation briefing discusses the use of evidence from the voluntary and community sector as a source of information when preparing Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) and how to thereby achieve improved commissioning decisions. It offers an overview of … Continue reading

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Briefing on the Social Value Act (National Housing Federation)

Summary The Public Services (Social Value) Act comes into force on January 31st 2013. Social Enterprise UK has produced a guide to the implementation of the Act. This briefing from the National Housing Federation explains the implications of the Social … Continue reading

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Social Value Guide (Social Enterprise UK)

Summary This guide from Social Enterprise UK, in association with Anthony Collins Solicitors, is intended to help with embedding social value in commissioning and procurement. It is aimed at local government or public bodies which will affected by the Public Services … Continue reading

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Health and Social Care Reform: Making it Work for Mental Health (APPG on Mental Health)

[A brief reference to this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012]. Summary This report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Mental Health represents the results of a one … Continue reading

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Involving Older People in Service Commissioning (Joseph Rowntree Foundation)

Summary This Joseph Rowntree Foundation research, published in late 2011, investigated the influence of older people when given the opportunity to shape service commissioning and delivery. Initiatives into transferring power from service providers to users studied in this document include … Continue reading

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