Influencing the CCG Assurance Framework

Closed 5 Aug 2013

Opened 8 Jul 2013

Overview

In May, NHS England published the ‘CCG Assurance Framework' (outline proposals and interim arrangements)’.  This document, tested early on with some CCG leaders, represents NHS England’s initial proposal for how CCG assurance will be undertaken.

Through this framework, we want to assure that CCGs are working to improve services and quality of care for patients, as well as realising their full potential in becoming ‘great’ CCGs and getting the best possible outcomes for their local populations.

This survey is a simple, structured way of providing feedback on the proposals contained in the document.

Why We Are Consulting

We will use this feedback in the development and construction of the final CCG Assurance Framework to be issued in the autumn. We strongly encourage all those with an interest in the CCG assurance process to take the opportunity to provide your views and we look forward to hearing from you.

Please read the draft ‘CCG Assurance Framework'  before you comment.

Please answer the following questions choosing the response that is most relevant to you.

What Happens Next

Thank you for your input.  The CCG Assurance Team will collate the results and your feedback will be used to inform the final CCG Assurance Framework

Audiences

  • GPs
  • Clinicians
  • Managers
  • Commissioners
  • Directors of public health
  • Pharmacists
  • Doctors
  • Healthcare scientists
  • Responsible officers
  • Foundation trusts
  • Mental health trusts
  • Community healthcare trusts
  • Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)
  • Commissioning support units (CSUs)
  • Strategic clinical networks (SCNs)
  • Care Quality Commission
  • Health Education England
  • Health Protection Agency
  • Local Government Association
  • Monitor
  • National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
  • Health and Wellbeing boards
  • Healthwatch (national and local)
  • Health and Social Care Information Centre
  • NHS Trust Development Authority
  • National directors
  • Regional directors
  • Area Team directors
  • All NHS England Staff
  • Voluntary groups
  • Community groups
  • Charities
  • DH third sector strategic partners
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Academic/professional institutions
  • Employer representatives
  • Employee representatives
  • Trade unions
  • Royal Colleges
  • Service providers
  • Local authorities
  • Social care providers
  • Patients
  • Carers
  • Service users
  • Information providers
  • Information professionals
  • Informatics professionals

Interests

  • Patient and public voice
  • Equality and diversity
  • Reducing health inequalities
  • Partnerships and relationships
  • Specialised commissioning
  • Primary care
  • Military
  • Offender
  • Public
  • Integrated care
  • NHS Constitution
  • NHS Outcomes Framework
  • Equalities Act and new health inequalities duties
  • Choice and competition
  • Health and Social Care Information Strategy
  • Information governance
  • Financial system controls
  • The mandate
  • System wide approach to quality
  • Commissioning
  • NHS England