CCG Annual Assessment 2016/17

NHS England has today published 2016/17 annual assessment ratings for all 209 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England. The ratings provide a benchmark for CCGs, so they can compare themselves to others and assess where they need to focus. CCGs receive an overall rating, plus a separate assessment for cancer, mental health and dementia services.

The headline rating for NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group is ‘requires improvement’ which represents an improved position from 2015/16 when the rating was ‘inadequate’.

NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group has also been given a rating against the three clinical priority areas of cancer, mental health and dementia. The ratings are;

  • Cancer – Good
  • Mental Health – Good
  • Dementia – Requires improvement

Details of the annual assessment for all 209 clinical commissioning groups can be viewed on MY NHS by following the link 

NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group Chief Executive Alison Lee, said:

“The improvement in our annual assessment rating is a reflection of the proactive work of the CCG - member practices and staff - in taking a strong grip of our finances, activity and performance in order to improve outcomes for local people.”

“We still have much work to do and have a clear action plan in place to continue to improve the overall financial position and our rating for Dementia in particular.

“CCGs are operating within a challenging financial environment and we need to continue working closely with all of our stakeholders, particularly local people, to address these challenges”

ENDS

Date added: 21/07/2017

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