Responsible commissioner: making sense of the new rules and guidance
Now that we have the draft guidance Who pays? Determining responsibility for payments to providers, the Responsibilities and Standing Rules Regulations 2012 and the Disapplication of Responsibility Regulations 2012, where do clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) stand? What has changed? Where do you find the familiar rules? This briefing is intended to cut through the pages of small print and to see where CCGs will stand in the new world order when it comes to planning and securing services for patients…
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