The Primary Care Commissioning Committee meets in public every two months, and makes decisions on how the CCG plans and commissions primary care services for the Leeds North area. The agenda pack for 22 February can be downloaded here.
Publications and Policies
We are committed to being an open and transparent organisation, and to sharing our key policies, procedures and meeting minutes with you, making it easier for you to see how we work.
NHS Leeds North CCG is committed to being an open and transparent organisation. As part of this commitment we will produce a monthly report showing details of payments we have made to our suppliers over £25,000.
This register summarises the gifts and hospitality offered to CCG staff in 2016-17.
As part of the Government’s commitment to increasing choice for patients in NHS-funded services, the Government have specifically committed to extending patient choice for appropriate services through the Any Qualified Provider (AQP) scheme. The scheme is a way for the NHS to commission a range of services, in various settings, for certain conditions. This is a list of all services commissioned by the CCG and the name of providers.
Supporting papers for the Leeds North CCG Board Meeting Pack 25 January 2017, agenda item 180/2017.
Register of Board Members' interests
We hold our NHS Leeds North CCG Board meetings monthly. Here you can find the papers for the January 2017 meeting.
The Information Governance Policy Management and Framework sets out how Leeds North CCG will meet it's information governance obligations and outlines the underlying operational policies and procedures which will enable the CCG to fulfill its information governance responsibilities
This Network Security Policy sets out the NHS Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) overall approach to the maintenance of the integrity, confidentiality and availability of its information technology infrastructure and sets out the responsibilities for ensuring compliance with this guidance.
NHS Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) recognises the importance of reliable information, both in terms of the clinical management of individual patients and the efficient management of services and resources. The CCG also recognises the duty of confidentiality owed to patients, families, staff and business partners with regard to all the ways in which it processes, stores, shares and disposes of information