With clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) set to be dissolved and statutory ICSs assuming many of their functions from 1 July 2022 (subject to the passage of legislation), NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) ceased operating on 31 March 2022.
The NHS Confederation’s membership offer to commissioners now sits within our ICS Network. The network’s workplan has taken into account the learnings for ICSs, as set out in a recent CCG legacy report, so we can support ICSs to continue to have strong clinical leadership, to nurture commissioning skillsets and to facilitate integration at a place-level.
Membership of the ICS Network is open to all systems to renew for the next financial year. The network will also provide membership and support to CCGs for the transitionary three months from April-June ahead of the anticipated implementation of legislation.
Clinical commissioning groups: transferring the legacy into learning
Reflections and recommendations from clinical commissioning groups to help inform the success of integrated care systems.
3 March 2022
The systematisation of medicines optimisation
Proposals for how integrated care systems might improve the use and management of medicines.
16 September 2021
The role and functions of the CCG medicines optimisation teams
This report reflects on the crucial role and functions of CCG medicine optimisation teams in improving patient care.
19 July 2021
Our action on the proposals in the integration and innovation white paper
An overview the influencing NHS Clinical Commissioners is undertaking on behalf of members in response to legislative proposals.
1 April 2021
Creating a new normal for CCG business as usual
A tool to help commissioners capitalise on the opportunities for improved system working as they review core functions in light of the COVID response.
28 September 2020