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Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (24 Sep 2012)

Earl Howe: The Health and Social Care Act 2012 places a duty on clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) to obtain appropriate advice from a broad range of health and care professionals to enable them to discharge their functions effectively. This would include secondary care clinicians, and engagement with secondary care will be essential in the redesign of health services. The National Health Service...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Secondary Care Clinicians (24 Sep 2012)

Earl Howe: No information is held on current recruitment levels at emerging clinical commissioning group (CCG) governing bodies. It will be for the NHS Commissioning Board (the Board), once established, to scrutinise the governance arrangements of prospective CCGs as part of the authorisation process to ensure governing bodies meet the requirements as set out in the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and...

Tonbridge Hospital/Edenbridge Hospital (16 Oct 2012)

Anna Soubry: ...not in some way be deemed surplus to requirements by NHS Property Services Ltd. The two hospitals that my right hon. Friend rightly champions would only ever become surplus to requirements if the CCG stopped commissioning their services. I am told that that is extremely unlikely to happen. He should have no fear at all that NHS Property Services Ltd will sit and looking at its assets and...

National Health Service (Clinical Commissioning Groups) Regulations 2012 — Motion of Regret (16 Oct 2012)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...who does not take a particularly positive view, as the noble Earl will know-what is not in doubt is that clinical commissioning groups are at the heart of those changes and that the challenge that CCGs face, as we have come to know and love them, is formidable. These clinical commissioning groups are a curious body. They ostensibly are public bodies to be given £60 billion of public...

Written Answers — Health: In Vitro Fertilisation (17 Oct 2012)

Anna Soubry: From April 2013, infertility treatment services will be commissioned by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) with the NHS Commissioning Board providing oversight and support. The current National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence fertility guidance is not mandatory for NHS commissioners but the Government has consistently encouraged commissioners to take full account of this...

Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum (18 Oct 2012)

Nick de Bois: will be expensive. That is something that, I hope with the support of the Government, we may be able to pursue, so that we can avoid any frankly critical time being lost should a PCT or future CCG not understand or wish to authorise that. It is equally crucial that there should be support for greater awareness of PXE in the NHS among clinicians, as well as CCGs and their support groups,...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (25 Oct 2012)

Anna Soubry: ...any matter relating to the planning, provision and operation of health services in their area. From April 2013, this will include the power to scrutinise the work of clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) as well as all national health service bodies and relevant service providers from the independent sector. These powers of scrutiny provide an important mechanism for councillors to hold...

NHS: Women Doctors — Question ( 6 Nov 2012)

Earl Howe: ...better the needs of women, and we need them to inspire the next generation of women doctors. Therefore, to fish for clinical leaders from half the talent pool is not a sensible thing to do. As for CCGs, my noble friend makes a very important point. The NHS Leadership Academy has established development opportunities, including action learning sets for female CCG leaders. But we recognise...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Clinical Commissioning Groups ( 7 Nov 2012)

Earl Howe: There are currently 12 prospective clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in the Greater Manchester area. An aspirant CCG must nominate an accountable officer at the time of applying to the NHS Commissioning Board (the board) for establishment and authorisation. The accountable officer will be confirmed during this process and formally appointed following the board's final decision on...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: NHS Commissioning Board (Mandate) (13 Nov 2012)

Henry Smith: people who were nowhere near that location. I am delighted that under this Government decisions are being returned to local clinicians and local people. We have seen results already—the local CCG has started a dementia pilot with money from the Department of Health. Will my right hon. Friend join me in congratulating that kind of vision, both in Crawley and elsewhere?

Health: Neurological Services — Question for Short Debate (20 Nov 2012)

Baroness Wheeler: ...and Social Care Bill. Substantial reductions in both NHS and social care resources are starting to have a major impact. There is massive upheaval in the NHS as the new structures come in. Many CCGs are still in the early stages of development and are only just beginning to decide how commissioning will take place in their areas. We know that, despite Government denials, the NHS is having...

Written Answers — Health: South London Healthcare NHS Trust (21 Nov 2012)

Daniel Poulter: ...South London Healthcare Trust is based on locally made assumptions for projected funding allocations for commissioning groups. The actual allocation of resources to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) is a matter for the NHS Commissioning Board. As set out in the mandate to the board, the Government expects the principle of ensuring equal access for equal need to be at the heart of the...

Unsustainable Provider Regime (NHS) (28 Nov 2012)

Jim Dowd: what is there at the moment—that that £1.7 million was only provided to South London Healthcare NHS Trust by the primary care trust previously for commissioning services there and that the CCG will continue commissioning services there. I have asked for exactly what the services will be to be put in writing, but I was told that broadly the CCG will be spending the same. So there is...

Social Care — Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2012)

Earl Howe: ...for social care. Local authorities must agree with their PCT how the money will be used. From 2013-14, the conversation will take place through health and well-being boards and will involve the CCG, public health and social care. This is a real opportunity for integrated care. The evidence to date is that, precisely as we had hoped, local areas are investing the NHS contribution in...

NHS: Diabetic Services — Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2012)

Earl Howe: ...-stop clinic for people with diabetes, impressed me a lot. It has developed an integrated and multidisciplinary team approach to the management of people with diabetes. It is a great example of a CCG taking the lead on improving the management of diabetes. It is not a one-off: there are examples of this up and down the country and it should become the norm. The prime objective of the NHS...

Written Answers — Health: General Practitioners: Pay (30 Nov 2012)

Anna Soubry: Information on remuneration for general practitioners working for emerging clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) is not held centrally. Once established, the governing body of a CCG will have the responsibility to determine remuneration, fees and allowances payable to employees of the CCG and to those that provide services to the CCG. Each CCG will have a limit on administrative spending...

Petitions: Clevedon Community Hospital ( 5 Dec 2012)

Liam Fox: ...gynaecology services are only temporary measures. The handover from the North Somerset PCT to the North Somerset clinical commissioning group could be both an opportunity and a threat. I know the CCG has been involved in the decisions taken thus far, but it is important to know whether it has the same view on the need for a cottage or community hospital in Clevedon. Let me clear that my...

Health Services (Cornwall) (11 Dec 2012)

Anna Soubry: ...where to begin, but I will start by saying that I am disappointed that my hon. Friend chose to vote against the Government’s excellent NHS reforms. In his area, as he has already told us, the CCG was authorised yesterday. I will give some examples of how that movement of power and determination into the hands of front-line professionals will benefit his constituents. The CCG has secured...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (17 Dec 2012)

Helen Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what his policy is on whether accountable officers in clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are able to undertake work outside the CCG; (2) what code of conduct governs the behaviour of an accountable officer of a clinical commissioning group.

Written Ministerial Statements — Health: Health Allocations 2013-14 (18 Dec 2012)

Jeremy Hunt: Today I am informing the House that the NHS Commissioning Board has announced the allocations to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) for 2013-14 of £63.4 billion. The board’s overriding objective is to improve outcomes for patients and to reduce health inequalities. Together with ensuring stability during transition, this has driven the decisions the board has taken in the approach to...

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