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64 CCGs to take full control of budgets from April


19 February 2015

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NHS England has revealed the 64 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) that will take full control of their local primary care budgets from April.

The CCGs will be responsible for the performance management and budgets of their member GP practices, including managing complaints about practices and GPs.

NHS England has revealed the 64 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) that will take full control of their local primary care budgets from April.

The CCGs will be responsible for the performance management and budgets of their member GP practices, including managing complaints about practices and GPs.

Responding to the announcementJulie Wood, director of NHS clinical commissioner said:“Both CCGs and NHS England have worked really hard and at pace to get to this point which is welcomed, and clearly shows the desire and commitment to develop and improve the commissioning system.”

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