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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2017/18
This report is intended to highlight what has gone well, refocus on areas which need further work and where the future may take us.

I would firstly like to thank everyone who works in health and social care for going the extra mile over this last winter. As a front-line GP and a patient myself I have seen the big effort that staff have put in over recent months and I am very grateful for that.

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2016/17
This Annual Report tells the story from the last 12 months, detailing our achievements, challenges, vision and hopes for the future.

As we have just concluded 2016/17, I want to reflect on the excellent work that we have been doing at a local level to improve health care for local residents. It is the hard work and sheer determination of our staff, Governing Body members and our GP member practices that enables us to deliver our vision, ‘working together to promote high quality, affordable healthcare’.

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2015/16
Another year has come to end and what a year it has been for Redditch and Bromsgrove. We have had a busy one and it has been tough in many areas, particularly in terms of the growing financial challenge as a result of a significant increase in referrals and costs. This means that we have been through a financial recovery process which certainly changed a lot of our focus but which importantly meant we were able to deliver the planned financial performance.



  

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2014/15
Welcome to the 2014/15 Annual Report for NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). The CCG has now been in operation for two years and is continuing on a journey of development towards a mature NHS commissioning organisation. The circumstances under which the CCG has been operating have been challenging, including financial restrictions, a substantial focus on the Urgent Care system which, as reflected not just locally but across the country, has been under significant pressure particularly over the winter months; ongoing delay in taking forward the proposals to implement changes in local acute services; and challenges in meeting NHS Constitution.

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report summary for 2014/15
The CCG has now been in operation for two years and is continuing on a journey of development towards a mature NHS commissioning organisation. The circumstances under which the CCG has been operating have been challenging, including financial restrictions, a substantial focus on the Urgent Care system which, as reflected not just locally but across the country, has been under significant pressure particularly over the winter months; ongoing delay in taking forward the proposals to implement changes in local acute services; and challenges in meeting NHS Constitution

 


 

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2013/14 
NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been operating as a statutory body since 1st April 2013, established under the Health and Social Care Act 2012, having been licensed without conditions in January 2013. There have been no changes to this during the year. 

Two amendments to the Constitution were agreed during the year, one in relation to the 
membership of the Governing Body, reducing the number of GP members from seven to five, and the second amending the way in which GP members are elected to the Governing Body. These changes have been reflected in the Constitution documentation.



  

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NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG Annual Report and Accounts for 2013/14 Highlights 

NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG, established as a statutory body on 1st April 2013, is committed to ‘working together’ with the local population, clinicians, providers, other commissioners and wider stakeholders ‘to promote high quality, affordable healthcare for our local population’.