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NHS commissioning reforms, risks revealed

27th January 2012

The NHS Commissioning Board has admitted that there are a number of “key risks” to its success.

Among the 11 most significant risk it has outlined in a report is that of the haemorrhaging of senior leaders during the reform transition and a shortage of staff to commission specialist and primary care. The Design of the NHS Commissioning Board document says one of the main risks will be trying to run its functions with 50% less resource in 2014-15 than is currently being spent.

 

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Title: NHS commissioning reforms, risks revealed
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20898
Date Added: 27th Jan 2012

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