Greater Nottingham CCGs all rated ‘good’ in NHS England annual assessment
Published: 27 July 2017 | Categories: Uncategorized
Each of the four Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Groups has achieved a ‘good’ rating following an annual assessment from NHS England.
Under NHS England’s ‘Improvement and Assessment’ framework, all CCGs are assessed and given a rating according to performance, delivery, outcomes, finance and leadership.
The results are good news for all four Greater Nottingham CCGs as we move to align functions as well as work more closely with other members of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership.
The ‘good’ rating is a real testament to the hard work and dedication of CCGs, local Practices and the wider health community staff, who all work tirelessly to improve outcomes for local patients and develop better health services for the future.
We will continue to strive to improve the services we deliver to our communities and are focusing our efforts on improvements in a number of areas, particularly improving against our cancer targets to ensure people are seen quicker and outcomes are improved.
Nottingham North and East key areas of strengths
- Outstanding rating for dementia services
- Good rating for Mental Health Services
- High levels of clinical engagement to drive improvement and make a positive impact on patient care, with the Clinical Leadership team making an excellent contribution to cross health and social care community initiatives.
- Joined up relationship between NNE and other members of the health and social care community
- Consistently maintained delivery of key access targets for elective care, diagnostics and mental health services