Together with our partners we offer a range of services to support Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) as they prepare to become Authorised organisations and achieve compliance from the legal, regulatory, governance and financial perspectives.
Wherever you are with your consortium’s commissioning development, our approach is designed to gain a firm understanding of your specific needs and equip you with the necessary tools, processes and methodologies for you to function as a viable, sustainable and authorised clinical commissioning organisation.
As new organisations are being formed, there is increasing demand by emerging GP commissioning consortia for people and organisational development. In addition, the GGI has considerable experience helping NHS organisations through assessment and accreditation processes, such as working with NHS Trusts to achieve Foundation status, social enterprises working towards independent status and Clinical Commissioning Groups to become Pathfinders.
Working alongside your team, we will ensure that your consortium has the requisite knowledge, skills and capabilities to deliver real change for your local healthcare economy. You will build on your strengths and address your key priorities – whether it’s ensuring appropriate governance structures are in place, linking investment to health outcomes, comparing and holding providers to account or communicating effectively with your stakeholders.