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Commissioning and Leg Clubs– making the case

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Commissioning and Leg Clubs– making the case

Graeme Cooper
26 September 2016

Since 1989 I have worked with the various NHS organisations — from GP fundholding to now Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) — that have controlled the funding and allocation of resources for the NHS. One thing has been constant: the aim and desire to put patients at the centre of their own care, promote concordance rather than compliance and offer patients enhanced care as close to their home as possible.

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