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    CCGs: a call to action

    18 Dec 2013 By Jonathan Shapiro

    It’s time CCGs started taking control of their own destinies, says Dr Jonathan Shapiro

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    How to walk out of a Walk-in Centre

    15 Nov 2013 By Jonathan Shapiro

    If we want to make public services better we need to take a wider view, says Dr Jonathan Shapiro. Such as letting CCGs (rather than politicians) decide whether and how to provide services

  • Steve Nowottny, Pulse editor

    At what point does GP-led commissioning stop being GP-led? Subscription

    17 Sep 2013 By Editor's Blog

    No matter where you stand on the NHS reforms, the decline in GPs sitting on CCG boards affects the whole profession, writes Pulse editor Steve Nowottny

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    Is your CCG your friend, or your frenemy?

    20 Jun 2013 By Jonathan Shapiro

    Dr Shapiro asks whether CCGs would have better relationships with GPs if they showed how much they had to offer

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    Wanted: your experiences of referral management Subscription

    03 Jun 2013 By Pulse Team Blog

    Leading GP academic Professor Martin Roland is heading up a review into referral management – and he and his team in Cambridge want to hear from you.

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    Like lambs to the slaughter Subscription

    03 Jun 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    Copperfield is agitated about where general practice is heading – but what really gets his goat is the perception of where it’s been

  • jaimie

    Are CCGs truly in control of their own destiny? Subscription

    14 Mar 2013 By Pulse Team Blog

    The much-trumpeted ideal of CCGs wielding local control over commissioning has yet to be realised in some areas, says Jaimie Kaffash