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CCGs

The NHS Commissioning Revolution – And Why It Might Fail (Part 3)

In part 1 and part 2 we looked at the way the NHS is trying to move from a commissioning model for service provision to […]

The NHS Commissioning Revolution – And Why It Might Fail (Part 1)

Back in November at the HCSA (Healthcare Supplies Association) conference, I covered many major issues relevant to NHS procurement. Probably the most important in many […]

The Regulated Health Care Market: Does It Prevent the NHS from Achieving Contracting Benefits?

This guest article is based on an ongoing research project looking at purchaser-provider cooperation in health service development. The research is conducted by visiting researcher […]

Health Services: CCG Contracts — Friend or Enema! Part 3

Thanks to Stephen Ashcroft of Brian Farrington for his series around this month’s hot topic, Health Services. Parts 1 and 2 were published here and here. Today we bring you […]

Health Services: CCG Contracts — Friend or Enema! Part 2

Stephen Ashcroft of Brian Farrington, brings us the second part of  his three-part series on this month's hot topic, Health Services.  Part 1 was published here.  Service Conditions The […]

Health Services: CCG Contracts — Friend or Enema! Part 1

Kicking off this month's hot topic -- Health Services -- is this guest post from Stephen Ashcroft of Brian Farrington, which is the first of three parts. Clinical […]