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Backbench Business: Access to NHS Dentistry — [Clive Efford in the Chair] (10 Feb 2022)

Siobhan Baillie: ...dentists contact me during covid to offer help. They were some of the first people to be frustrated by the restrictions placed on them, but also the first to offer help. In Gloucestershire, the CCG has seen a drop of 17 NHS dentists between 2019-20 and 2020-21. That is a drop of 5% in one year, so it is a very worrying development, as colleagues have said. We believe that it is also...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Dental Services: South East (10 Feb 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...2022 on securing additional dental appointments for people with oral pain, disease, and infection, how many of those additional NHS appointments he estimates will be in (a) the Brighton and Hove CCG area and (b) the South East region.

Local Government Finance (England) (9 Feb 2022)

Clive Betts: I mentioned the letter from the Secretary of State offering a meeting with officials. Perhaps it could be a meeting with Ministers, and perhaps I could be allowed to bring someone from the CCG and someone from the city council, who are doing great work together, to explain what they really want to see to marry up this place-based approach to health with local government.

Special Educational Needs and Children’s Mental Health Services — [Yvonne Fovargue in the Chair] (9 Feb 2022)

Layla Moran: 18-year olds that it finds because, if they are referred to CAMHS, the waiting lists are so long that they then drop off that cliff edge. Strangely, the charity cannot access funding from the CCG because of the way that the funding works. Could the Minister help me help The Abingdon Bridge to access more funding? To conclude where I started, we absolutely must appreciate that these...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Higher Education: Parents (7 Feb 2022)

Michelle Donelan: Eligibility criteria for the childcare grant (CCG) are set out here: Student Finance England administers the grant in accordance with the regulations on behalf of the government. CCG pays 85% of the actual cost of registered or approved childcare throughout the academic year, during term time, short vacations and the longest vacation. Students...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Fraud (7 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...are below: 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 (2) Rest of Govt Detected Fraud £73.6m £119m £151m £99m £227m Rest of Govt Recovered Fraud n/a n/a £12m £22m £26m (1) The CCG (Customer Compliance Group) was created in 2017, hence the inability to report previous figures. (2) The 19/20 figures largely predate Covid-related fraud.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Dentistry: Bath (28 Jan 2022)

Maria Caulfield: Data is not held on the number of private dentists by area. Information on the number of National Health Service dentists is held at clinical commissioning group (CCG) level. In the ending 31 March 2021, 405 dentists had delivered NHS activity in NHS Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire CCG.

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 164 (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Watkins of Tavistock: ...that registered nurses would be part of the clinical commissioning group governing body. In Regulation 11 of the National Health Service (Clinical Commissioning Groups) Regulations 2012, the CCG governing body is required to include at least one registered nurse within its membership. This created a statutory commissioning role for nursing leaders in England that will be lost should this...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 145 (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Harris of Richmond: ...confidential medical data of individuals. As drafted, unspecified police officers —that means any police officer, not just a senior ranking officer—could make requests to a GP’s surgery or a CCG, or their staff, to hand over the data. What I found chilling was that the police would not be required to explain to the patient’s GP why they wanted the information, or whether the...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 106 (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: create meaningful change in practice, the powers were restricted to high-level interventions where there was a failure of governance at the highest level, rather than interventions where a CCG was failing to implement good practice or to adhere to national policy. The 2018 report by the Public Accounts Committee in the other place supported these concerns and stated: “NHS England is...

Tourette’s syndrome (25 Jan 2022)

Gillian Keegan: ...Hospital who had developed a special interest in Tourette’s, I understand that the current level of support available in the area is different—we heard how that impacted on Emma’s son. Local CCGs have acknowledged the impact on families and are considering options to address the matter. We understand that Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has developed a proposal for a local tertiary...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (5th Day) (Continued): Amendment 93 (24 Jan 2022)

Lord Howarth of Newport: ...important work on contractual models for commissioning integrated care. This was the basis, for example, for the way arts and cultural organisations came together in Gloucestershire to enable the CCG to fund the work without having to deal with lots of small organisations and individual artists. In Suffolk, the CCG has provided administrative support and leadership in providing training...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Clinical Commissioning Groups: Reorganisation (24 Jan 2022)

Edward Argar: boards (ICBs) is currently underway. Subject to passage of the Health and Care Bill, there will be a reduction in the number of management boards from 106 clinical commissioning group (CCG) boards to 42 ICBs. Although no formal assessment has been made, we do not expect additional long term management costs as a result of this change. CCGs have been merged in recent years and many...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 56A (20 Jan 2022)

Baroness Thornton: ...of the way that healthcare is delivered in that area. It is absolutely the right thing to do. The truth is that primary care services—I should retrospectively declare an interest as a member of a CCG for three years—deal with the vast majority of patient interactions. They are often underplayed; they are not in the big expensive buildings with the massive machinery. Although the 2012...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 54 (20 Jan 2022)

Lord Stevens of Birmingham: ...on their adoption and uptake, that still feels a slightly 20th-century solution. If you go to Oxford University’s superb, you can see your own GP practice and your own CCG’s prescribing patterns against the national norm, including, as the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay, said, for the DOACs, the anticoagulating medicines. Those technologies are already available,...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 50 (20 Jan 2022)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: I understand from Anne Marie Morris, my honourable friend in the other place who moved this amendment at that time, that Devon is the only health system to have a dedicated individual on the CCG board and a health and care strategy for victims of abuse. That strategy has improved health and care outcomes through training and other interventions. Surely, this should be rolled out...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 47 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Brinton: ...a day, sometimes with help at home but often, during the two years of the pandemic, with no help at all. Take the example of my local children’s respite centre, Nascot Lawn. The parents took the CCG to the High Court twice and won, but it closed down. It was not the first. Part of the problem we have with our hospices and other forms of provision is that they rely utterly on public...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 41A (18 Jan 2022)

Lord Lansley: lose that, but we need to make sure it is not lost sight of. Taking the example of Bromley by Bow, where did it get to? It had the Tower Hamlets clinical commissioning group, which was once CCG of the year, an exemplar in this field. That CCG and others eventually came together in a large conglomerate operation—I think the noble Lord, Lord Kakkar, will know it very well—the seven...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued) (18 Jan 2022)

Earl Howe: create a more joined-up approach across the NHS. Further, it would also move us away from well-established approaches that, by and large, work well for other NHS bodies. For example, with CCGs, NHS England appoints the accountable officer and the members of the governing body are appointed by the CCG. We are proposing a similar approach for ICBs, through which NHS England appoints the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services: Greater London (18 Jan 2022)

Bambos Charalambous: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what additional support his Department is providing to patients on waiting lists in North Central London CCG; and what assessment his Department has made of the potential merits of using innovative medical technology to support the CCG is clearing its backlog of patients.

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