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Monitor to publish 'blacklist' of health services

8th March 2012

The regulator Monitor is set to be given the go-ahead to publish an annual blacklist of health services which must be reconfigured.

An amendment to the Health Bill will see the regulator identify each year where services are being “put at significant risk” by the configuration of those health care services. The NHS Commissioning Board and clinical commissioning groups in affected areas would also be notified, and have to propose major service changes to solve the problem. The change follows discussions between former health minister Lord Warner and the government.

 

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Article Information

Title: Monitor to publish 'blacklist' of health services
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 21334
Date Added: 8th Mar 2012

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