DOH: rare conditions that should be commissioned nationally
A report by the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) for Prescribed Services has been published, recommending which specialised services for people with rare conditions should be commissioned nationally in England.
The services listed in the report will be commissioned by the NHS Commissioning Board from April 2013, rather than by Clinical Commissioning Groups. The list will be agreed by Ministers and the Commissioning Board in the autumn.
The CAG was established to advise the government on which specialised services should be commissioned nationally. The group is chaired by Dr Kathy McLean and includes clinical specialists, health professionals and GPs.
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