It included representatives of 123 of the 257 pathfinder clinical commissioning groups in England who attended an event in London last week.
Other results included:
- A third of CCGs felt pressure to get larger.
- A third felt that they were unable to shape the support that they need.
- Half felt that they were restricted to the support the PCT was offering.
- 22% were confident that they would get the right support.
- 44% thought that the National Commissioning Board would be too centralist.
- 90% felt engaged with commissioning.
- Half felt that they were not liberated as commissioners.
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