The CCG Functions benchmarking project is a new project for commissioners to examine organisational structures and processes to support CCGs in developing their services and managing their resources. This project uses publicly available data and information from a short questionnaire to compare metrics covering CCG populations, structures and functions.
CCGs are unique and varied organisations employing over 16,000 staff across England. They are almost certainly the most diverse organisation type of all public bodies that provide services on a population basis and their relatively small size makes them very different to NHS provider organisations.
This project is for all commissioners. Subscribing members will receive:
A bespoke dashboard report outlining key messages and metrics, which compares your local position against nationally reported positions
2017/18 benchmarking project
In 2017, 93 organisations submitted data via the supplementary data collection. This has enabled the project to examine issues not touched on by national collections, such as integration with other bodies, use of CSUs and key workforce metrics. Reports can also be produced for all CCGs using the nationally sourced data.
2018/19 benchmarking project
The CCG Functions project is running again in 2018 (collecting 2017/18 data).
For queries about this project, please contact Chris McAuley.