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NHS Portsmouth CCG rated 'good'
23 July 2018

The NHS group in charge of planning and buying health services for Portsmouth has been rated as ‘good’ in a national rating system.

The NHS Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) was given the second-highest rating for its performance over the past year, as part of the annual Improvement and Assessment Framework (IAF) process run by NHS England.

Each CCG is given an overall rating, which is compiled by looking at dozens of individual performance yardsticks ranging from support for people with diabetes, to dementia diagnosis rates, working relationships, financial control, and access to primary care.

As part of being rated in the top quarter of the 207 CCGs nationally, Portsmouth CCG was recognised as performing particularly well for:

  • low number of over-65s injured from a fall
  • personal health budgets
  • quality of life for carers
  • staff engagement
  • working relationship effectiveness
  • talking therapy recovery rate
  • access to talking therapies
  • neonatal mortality
  • maternity service choice

Dr Linda Collie, Clinical Leader for the CCG, said: “Patients in Portsmouth should be encouraged by this report as it shows the good work we are doing to give people the best healthcare in Portsmouth.

“I’d like to thank everybody both in the CCG and from our partners who have helped us achieve this result.

“It’s encouraging to see we are in the top quartile in so many areas. Of course we will continue to keep working hard, to maintain and improve these results.”

Details of all IAF assessments for 2017/18 are available on the NHS England website.

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