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PCTs not listening to charities

18th February 2009

A survey carried out by voluntary sector umbrella organisation National Voices and the Royal College of Nursing has shown that commissioners are failing to involve local voluntary organisations in decisions about services.

Fewer than half of 200 groups questioned from across England reported being involved in commissioning with only 48% saying they had good experience of primary care trust commissioning, 35% of practice based commissioning and 26% of specialist commissioning by multiple primary care trusts or a strategic health authority.


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Article Information

Title: PCTs not listening to charities
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 10269
Date Added: 18th Feb 2009


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