Share your views on how NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups are proposing to work together in the future.
Today sees the launch of a discussion document for public feedback on the proposals for NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Mid and South Essex to come together.
The proposed changes, set out in the: “ Working Together for Mid and South Essex – Share your views on how NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups are proposing to work together.”, document are looking at how we as local NHS commissioning organisations meet the requirements set out in the 2019 NHS Long Term Plan. This Plan sets out a vision for commissioning and provision of services to be more integrated across the health and care system. The Plan also talks about developing Integrated Care Systems, with one commissioning organisation.
The Working Together for Mid and South Essex document is asking for your views about how the five NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Mid and South Essex could work together in the future as one organisation.
The proposals in this discussion document do not directly affect any other NHS organisations or NHS services for example the medicines you take or the way you access your local healthcare; however, the way we offer NHS services may change in the future, in line with the NHS Long Term Plan.
Click on the link to read the proposals and take part in the feedback survey at the end, you can also find this survey here:
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