High quality healthcare commissioning: Obstacles and opportunities for progress on race equality

High quality healthcare commissioning: Obstacles and opportunities for progress on race equality is a
paper from Better Health that describes typical elements of commissioning work and points out a range of actions that clinical commissioners, commissioning managers and other stakeholders can and should take to improve healthcare commissioning for multi-ethnic populations.

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Commissioning a good child health service

A joint publication from the Royal College of General Practitioners, Royal College of Nursing, and Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

‘Commissioning a good child health service’ outlines the key principles for commissioning effective children’s services.  It emphasises the need for collaboration as opposed to competition, good working between agencies and organisations, the need to be mindful that issues like safeguarding and mental health don’t fall through the net and the need to link commissioning to the wider agenda of addressing inequalities.