NHS England

A part of the National Health Service

From April 2013, NHS England has taken on many of the functions of the former primary care trusts (PCTs) with regard to the commissioning of primary care health services, as well as some nationally-based functions previously undertaken by the Department of Health.

The body is legally the National Health Service Commissioning Board, and was preceded by the NHS Commissioning Board Authority.

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Use of Benefits Management Methodologies
Response by NHS England to James Crutchley on .

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Dear Mr Crutchley, Thank you for your email dated 5 February 2012 enquiring about the NHS Commissioning Board's use of a structured benefits managemen...
Area and Regional Team appointments
Response by NHS England to Paul Jones on .

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Dear Mr Jones, Further to my email below, please can I advise the attached document has been considered at the public Board meeting today. This docume...
"My Health" Patient Platform / Portal
Response by NHS England to Andrew Roberts on .

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Dear Mr Roberts, Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI) request below dated 12 November 2012. Please find attached our response and relevant...
GP consortia FOI Requests
Response by NHS England to Terry Hallworth on .

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Dear Mr Hallworth, Thank you for your email of 4 January 2013 in which you requested we clarify whether the new Commissioning Consortiums will be subj...

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