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Manager warns CCGs will disappear

3rd July 2012

One of the top managers in the NHS has warned that clinical commissioning groups are not likely to last for a long time.

Sir Robert Naylor, chief executive of UCLH, told a seminar at the King’s Fund in London: "The jury is still very much out on whether the latest commissioning arrangements will last any longer than fundholding did. Strategic leadership is absolutely crucial but I doubt whether GP commissioning will be cohesive enough to take a strategic view of these huge issues, particularly in our major cities." 


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Article Information

Title: Manager warns CCGs will disappear
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 22270
Date Added: 3rd Jul 2012


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