The case studies in this report show that CCGs are rising to the challenge of making long-term transformative changes to ensure a sustainable and effective NHS for patients and local populations.
The report showcases a range of innovative case studies from across the country, which demonstrate the difference that clinically led commissioning is making, with the projects featured only made possible through the influence, expertise and local knowledge brought by frontline GPs and clinicians.
NHS England Chief Executive Simon Stevens, who provided the foreword for the report, welcomed it saying:
“The case studies in this report show commissioners across the country are taking prevention and early diagnosis seriously. It’s heartening to see that CCGs are driving improvements in a wide range of areas including mental health care, early diagnosis of cancer and stroke prevention.”