The Small CCG Facing Trouble

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The Small CCG Facing Trouble

It was recently revealed in a report that the new government legislation has stopped the progressing of the smallest commissioning group, which is undergoing trouble now. The size does seem to have a major effect on the functioning of the commission. The Red House based CCG, which uses single practice in undergoing trouble these days, and this is because of the novel legislation launched by the government.

It was revealed that the general practice was a very important mission in the time to come in the NHS. The Health Secretary has been making promises that the health reforms shall make a huge difference to one and all this time. There had been new plans being incorporated and this is why there were a lot of hopes from the same.

The main aim here should have been to safeguard the rights of the patients who are suffering at the hands of changing policies. The government needs to be able to come to terms with its own plans and ideas for once, so that a proper way out can be found here.

Setting up of newer areas of care is being done in order to make facilities better for the patients. They might be able to avail services in the time to come, which were never available for them before.

There is need for the NHS to clear the differences among themselves so that they can work for the benefit of the patients in the time to come. This is an essential step for making sure the patients receive good quality care and services in the time to come. This is the only one way, which is going to help in making the services better and the reforms possible in the time to come.


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