• Technical guide to CCG allocations 2018/19

    27 March 2018

    These spreadsheets set out the underlying components of the revised 2018/19 allocations for core CCG services.

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  • Chief social worker annual report 2017/18

    26 March 2018

    This report sets out progress in improving the education, training and practice of social workers for adults. It also reviews how adult social work is reshaping the culture of adult social care and the way organisations collaborate across the health, community and voluntary sectors to maintain people’s quality of life and independence.

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  • Extension to community pharmacy urgent medicines advanced service

    26 March 2018

    Documentation relating to the extension of the NHS urgent medicines advanced services (NUMSAS) pilot has now been published on the NHS England website. Pharmacies do not need to take any action to continue to provide the pilot service. However, all pharmacies and relevant staff should be made aware of the link above and the amended documents available to support the pilot, particularly the updated NUMSAS service specification.

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  • The government’s mandate to NHS England for 2018/19

    23 March 2018

    This mandate sets NHS England's objectives and budget, and helps to ensure that the NHS is accountable to parliament and the public. Building on the multi-year approach taken to setting the mandate since 2016, it continues to set objectives and goals to 2020, as well as some specific objectives for NHS England to deliver in 2018/19.

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  • IAPT pathway for people with long-term physical conditions and medically unexplained symptoms

    22 March 2018

    From April 2018 all CCGs are expected to expand Improving Access to Psychological Therapies by commissioning (IAPT) services integrated into physical healthcare pathways. This document supports this expansion by setting out the treatment pathway that underpins the access and waiting time standards, which all services should seek to measure themselves against.

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