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One voice, time for change

Immediate action needed to implement wide-ranging strategic change.

18 January 2016

Women in clinical commissioning leadership

This report looks at why there is a lack of gender diversity in health leadership and the efforts currently being made to improve this.

7 December 2015

Local solutions to national challenges

Key enablers so CCGs have the freedoms and flexibilities to transform healthcare for their local populations and concentrate on the big issues.

25 October 2015

The 2016 Challenge

This briefing outlines the five main challenges for the Welsh health service and what needs to happen to address them.

22 October 2015

What are community health services?

This guide explains what community health services are and the key role they can play in supporting people and delivering care.

2 July 2015

Collaboration in clinical leadership

How collaborative working between CCG leaders and secondary care doctors can provide a real benefit to the health service provision of local people.

4 June 2015

Fit and proper person test

An update on the requirements placed on NHS provider organisations to ensure director level appointments meet the ‘fit and proper persons test’.

1 December 2014

Leading local partnerships

Twenty examples of CCGs joining with partners from social care, the voluntary and private sectors, to improve the health of their populations.

31 October 2014

Reconfigure it out

Good practice principles and advice for those leading current and future NHS reconfigurations.

17 September 2014

All together now

This report sets out the case for change, our shared vision for integration and much-needed government action to make real and sustainable progress.

2 July 2014

Making change happen

We need to act now to create the right environment for locally enabled clinical commissioning to work, manifesto warns.

1 May 2014