Clinical Commissioning Groups: Finance

Department of Health and Social Care written question – answered on 23rd January 2019.

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Photo of Jon Ashworth Jon Ashworth Shadow Secretary of State for Health

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to Clinical Commissioning Group place based allocations 2019/20 – 2023/24, what the real-term percentage increase in allocation from the 2018-19 adjusted baseline allocation to the 2023-24 final allocation for (a) England (b) each region of England is; and if he will make a statement.

Photo of Stephen Hammond Stephen Hammond Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

NHS England sets clinical commissioning group (CCG) allocations. The real-term percentage increase in CCG place based allocations from the 2018/19 adjusted baseline allocation to the 2023/24 final allocation for England and each National Health Service commissioning region of England is shown in the following table. To ensure comparability of real terms growth rates between regions with differing levels of population growth the increase is shown on a per registered head basis:

NHS Commissioning Region

2018-19 adjusted baseline

2023-24 final allocation (2018/19 prices)

2018-19 allocation per registered head

2023-24 allocation per registered head (2018/19 prices)

% change 2018-19 to 2023-24

£000

£000

£

£

%

North East and Yorkshire

15,620,061

17,699,422

1,748

1,954

11.8%

North West

13,565,139

15,473,589

1,825

2,044

12.0%

Midlands

17,976,071

20,854,515

1,631

1,840

12.8%

East of England

10,805,122

12,554,710

1,585

1,778

12.2%

London

16,125,151

18,708,455

1,635

1,822

11.4%

South East

14,713,843

16,971,234

1,592

1,783

12.0%

South West

9,444,423

10,963,251

1,637

1,841

12.4%

England

98,249,809

113,225,176

1,663

1,863

12.0%

Note:

All figures reflect total ‘place-based’ CCG allocations, and include other funding outside of pace of change.

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