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The Board of NHS England has launched a public consultation, which will result in statutory guidance to Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), aimed at restricting the prescribing of treatments and remedies that are judged to be of ‘low clinical value’.
In June 2014, National Voices set out to explore and test how communities of practice could facilitate the spread of large-scale change across England’s voluntary sector working for health and wellbeing.
National Voices and Social Enterprise UK have conducted a survey of NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to assess their use of the Social Value Act.
A series of member briefings from National Voices summarising the health and care aspects of political party manifestos in the build up to the 2017 General Election.
Ahead of the 2017 General Election, National Voices members have worked together to develop a list of priority actions for the new government to meet the challenges facing health and care.
On Friday 17 March 2017, National Voices convened a meeting of patient advocacy groups involved in the development of the Accelerated Access Review, and/or with an interest in its implementation.
National Voices and members contribute to the APPG on Primary Care and Public Health’s ‘Inquiry into managing demand in primary care: the case for a National Strategy’
National Voices have sent a letter regarding plans to reduce the money spent on ‘low value’ or ‘no value’ prescriptions.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) reviewed their approach to how lay people can take part in developing their guidance and standards. National Voices submitted to the consultation, commenting on NICE’s proposals.
National Voices has submitted evidence to the Public Accounts Committee’s Integrating Health and Social Care Inquiry.