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CQC focusing on value for money

28th August 2009

The Care Quality Commission is set to step up its focus on NHS finances.

The health care regulator wants to ensure that commissioners get value for money ahead of an expected public spending squeeze and will be examining financial data to scrutinise variations in primary care trusts’ spending and check they are investing in good quality services.

The aim is also to make assessments of PCTs and councils more closely aligned with joint annual commissioning reviews a possibility by 2011/12.


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