NHS Bassetlaw Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has welcomed the positive results of a local survey amongst its stakeholders.
The survey, which went to Bassetlaw doctors (GPs) the CCG’s local partner organisations and staff, found that a high majority of were confident that the CCG can deliver its plans and priorities for local people and understands what they want from their healthcare.
A high majority also said that they understood the CCG’s roles and responsibilities and are confident it could deliver its plans and priorities.
Phil Mettam, the CCG’s chief officer, said “The survey was developed from a national model and we may be the first, or one of the first CCGs in the country to undertake this exercise on a voluntary basis”.
“The response from the survey was extremely positive and we are now reviewing comments from the survey to see if there are any working practices that could be changed or improved.”