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Commissioning healthcare in England : evidence, policy and practice

Author: Pauline Allen; Kath Checkland; Valerie Moran; Stephen Peckham
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This timely book is the most comprehensive account yet of recent commissioning practice in the English NHS and its impact on health services and the healthcare system.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Allen, Pauline.
Commissioning Healthcare in England : Evidence, Policy and Practice.
Bristol : Policy Press, ©2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline Allen; Kath Checkland; Valerie Moran; Stephen Peckham
ISBN: 9781447346128 1447346122 9781447346142 1447346149
OCLC Number: 1145594099
Notes: Changes in behaviour following the publication of the FYFV
Description: 1 online resource (181 pages)
Contents: Front Cover --
Commissioning Healthcare in England: Evidence, Policy and Practice --
Copyright information --
Dedication --
Table of contents --
List of figures and tables --
List of abbreviations --
Notes on contributors --
Acknowledgments --
1 Introduction --
Introduction --
Theoretical bases of the research --
Structure of the book --
2 Context: commissioning in the English NHS --
Introduction --
Internal market/purchaser-provider split --
the origins of 'commissioning' --
Coalition government --
HSCA 2012 --
Architecture of commissioning post-HSCA 2012 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) --
NHS England (NHSE) --
Public Health England (PHE) --
Local Authorities (LAs) --
Public Health --
Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) --
Regulators --
Monitor --
Care Quality Commission (CQC) --
Contracts --
Developments since the HSCA --
Five Year Forward View --
Sustainability and Transformation Plans and Partnerships --
Accountable and integrated care --
3 The development and early operation of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) --
Introduction --
Design and methods --
Case studies --
Interviews --
Results --
Engagement with members Commissioning activity --
Conclusion --
4 Clinical engagement in commissioning: past and present --
Introduction --
The history of GP-led commissioning in the NHS --
Evidence from the past --
Evidence about the nature of clinical involvement in the commissioning process --
Engagement and outcomes --
Summary --
GP 'added value' in CCGs --
Design and methods --
Programme theories: how do GPs 'add value' to commissioning? --
Clinical leadership and decision making --
Theory 1 (GPs' knowledge about patient experiences) and Theory 2 (GPs' knowledge about services) Theory 3 (clinician-to-clinician discussions) --
Theory 4 (clinician-manager symbiosis) --
Summary --
Conclusion --
5 Commissioning primary care services: concepts and practice --
Introduction --
History of primary care commissioning and financing in England --
Policy objectives --
Study design and methods --
Interviews with senior policy makers --
CCG application documents --
Telephone surveys --
Case studies --
Programme theory versus the practice of co-commissioning --
Theory 1 --
Theory 2 --
Results --
Co-commissioning activity --
Comparison with Practice-Based Commissioning (PBC) Conflicts of interest --
Locally based primary care plans versus wider national initiatives --
Unintended consequences --
Discussion --
6 Commissioning of healthcare through competitive and cooperative mechanisms under the HSCA 2012 --
Introduction --
Study design and methods --
Findings --
Understanding and experience of the regulatory framework under HSCA 2012 --
Changes in understanding of the regulatory framework after the publication of the five year forward view --
Use and experience of competition and cooperative mechanisms under HSCA 2012
Responsibility: edited by Pauline Allen, Kath Checkland, Valerie Moran and Stephen Peckham.

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