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Final authorisation decision-making process set out


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Final authorisation decision-making process set out

The CCG authorisation governance process is set to be finalised at the NHS Commissioning Board meeting in Newcastle on 20 September.

A paper seeks the approval of the Board to further proposals on how the moderation, conditions and decision elements of the CCG authorisation process will operate.

A key proposal is to share the recommendations of the Conditions Panel with the CCG prior to decisions being made by the CCG Authorisation Sub-Committee of the NHS CB. The proposal, which has been developed in response to CCG feedback, means CCGs will have two weeks to comment and provide any new evidence that may remove the need for a specific condition.