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Public Bill Committee: Children and Families Bill: Clause 24 - Duty of health bodies to bring certain children to local authority’s attention (19 Mar 2013)

Chris Skidmore: ...bodies. Paragraph 3.3 of the code of practice, which addresses working in partnership, states: “The designated medical officer for SEN (who might be an employee of an organisation such as a CCG or NHS Trust)”— rather than just the local authority— “should ensure all early years providers, schools and colleges in the local authority have a contact for seeking medical advice on...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Royal Sussex County Hospital (10 Apr 2013)

Earl Howe: The commissioning of accident and emergency services is a matter for local clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), whose resources are allocated by the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS England). The Royal Sussex County Hospital is part of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, whose largest commissioning CCG is NHS Brighton and Hove CCG. It will also receive funding through commissions...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Clinical Commissioning Groups (10 Apr 2013)

Earl Howe: There are 211 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), all of which have now been authorised. A CCG may be authorised unconditionally or with conditions. Where a CCG has been authorised with conditions, it must meet these conditions before it is fully authorised. 106 CCGs have been authorised with no conditions. 105 have been authorised with conditions. Where a CCG is authorised with conditions,...

Written Answers — Health: Epilepsy (15 Apr 2013)

Norman Lamb: It is for the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS England) to make decisions on the Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set, and on how they hold clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) to account for their performance. Commissioners can use the quality standards to ensure that high-quality care and services are being commissioned through the contracting process or to incentivise provider...

Written Answers — Health: Health Services (15 Apr 2013)

Daniel Poulter: The Health and Social Care Act 2012 will require clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS England) to involve patients and public in all aspects of the commissioning of health services from 1 April 2013. CCGs must set out how they will involve people in their planning, and then evidence that involvement in their Annual Reports. CCG boards will also have at...

Written Answers — Health: Diabetes (16 Apr 2013)

Anna Soubry: NHS England is responsible for the Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set (CCG Outcomes Indicator Set). Following recommendations from NICE and engagement with clinicians and other stakeholders the CCG Outcomes Indicator Set for 2013-14 was published on the NHS CB website at: The set includes a number of indicators relating to diabetes.

Public Bill Committee: Children and Families Bill: Clause 36 - Assessment of education, health and care needs (16 Apr 2013)

Edward Timpson: ...where the local authority secures an EHC needs assessment for the first time for a child or young person it must seek “medical advice” from a medical practitioner identified by the relevant CCG. So there will be improved synergy, which my hon. Friend discussed, between education, health and social care in bringing together the various assessments and, therefore, the planning that...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (22 Apr 2013)

Public Accounts: Out of hours GP services Cornwall. 3:15 pm; Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ..., Serco; Sir Ian Carruthers, Acting Chief Executive, SHA, Steve Moore, Chief Executive, Cornwall and Scilly Isles Primary Care Trust, Joy Youart, Managing Director (accountable Officer), Kernow CCG and Gavin Larner, Director of Professional Standards, Department of Health

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (23 Apr 2013)

Daniel Poulter: ...England 1,135 Notes: 1. Regions do not fully correspond to Government office regions or Office for National Statistics regions due to different boundaries. 2. Allocations are made to CCGs. The regional figures are the average for the CCG in each region. 3. Per capita figures are based on the number of patients registered with general practitioner practices in each CCG. 4. CCG...

National Health Service (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013 — Motion to Annul (24 Apr 2013)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...Government's intention that the regulations would impose compulsory competitive tendering requirements on commissioners. But surely that is what Regulation 5 does. The only circumstance in which a CCG can avoid a tendering process is if that CCG is satisfied that the services under the contract are capable of being provided only by a single provider. The single provider test will never be...

Written Answers — Health: Cancer (13 May 2013)

Anna Soubry: Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are accountable to local populations and NHS England for planning and delivering high quality care. The CCG Outcome Indicator Set (CCGOIS) for 2013/14 contains indicators for both one year and five year survival rates for all cancers. The indicators will be used to measure the improvements in the quality of services and health outcomes achieved by CCGs...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups: West Midlands (14 May 2013)

Daniel Poulter: ...are informed by NHS England that North Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, South Staffordshire and Shropshire are the old primary care trust (PCT) areas. Table 1 shows the clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) budget for 2013-14 (supplied by NHS England). This covers the areas of the four above PCTs. It is difficult to map the old PCTs to the new CCG areas. This is the first year of CCG...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (16 May 2013)

Anna Soubry: The National Health Service Act 2006, as amended by the Health and Social Care Act 2012, sets out the clear requirements on clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in relation to managing conflicts of interest. For example, CCGs should maintain registers of interests that are published or otherwise accessible to the public. They should also make arrangements for managing conflicts of interest...

NHS: GP Dispensing — Question (16 May 2013)

Baroness Jolly: a cost, but as someone who lives in a rural area I am very glad of it, because it saves me a 12-mile round trip. However, the cost of a practice-based prescription will be apportioned to the CCG in two parts: the actual cost of the medicine itself and disbursement costs. Does my noble friend expect that the disbursement cost mechanism will be looked at again in the light of GPs running...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups (20 May 2013)

Anna Soubry: The Quality Premium will be paid to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in 2014-15 (to reflect the quality of the services commissioned by them in 2013-14) and will be based on four national measures and the three local measures (that are agreed between CCGs and their local Health and Wellbeing Board). The four national measures are based on indicators in the NHS Outcomes Framework, which...

Written Answers — Health: NHS 111 (20 May 2013)

Anna Soubry: NHS England’s role in oversight of NHS 111 is threefold: to support clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in their local implementation of the NHS 111 service; through its area teams, to work with CCGs to help stabilise performance in any site not meeting the necessary standards; and to manage national functions of NHS 111, such as the telephony infrastructure. The board of NHS England is...

NHS: GP Services — Statement (21 May 2013)

Baroness Williams of Crosby: ...what has gone wrong with A&E. Does the Minister believe that we can move towards a situation where the responsibility for out-of-hours medicine once again becomes part of what GPs accept as their CCG responsibility? Can he also say whether steps might be taken in the short term to ease the situation in A&E, while in the long term we move towards a more satisfactory answer involving the...

[John Robertson in the Chair] — 111 Telephone Service ( 5 Jun 2013)

Barbara Keeley: ...However, that was not an option for us in Salford, as our previous call handlers had transferred all their staff over to 111 under TUPE arrangements. So the problems with NHS 111 continued. Salford CCG staff also told me that the out-of-hours service in Salford came under pressure owing to this NHS 111 failure, and that pressure had to be met with increased staff capacity. Salford Royal...

Accident and Emergency Waiting Times ( 5 Jun 2013)

Martin Horwood: ...that the changes would now be going ahead on a permanent basis, despite the fact that the trust has not actually considered the outcome of the consultation exercise at either its board or the CCG’s board. That is not open, accountable and transparent, and it must be in future.

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Commissioning Groups ( 6 Jun 2013)

Anna Soubry: The National Health Service Act 2006, as amended by the Health and Social Care Act 2012, sets out the clear requirements on clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in relation to registers of interests and managing conflicts of interest. Under section 140 CCGs are responsible for maintaining registers of interests of the members of its boards. However, it does not specify that membership of a...

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