World class commissioning
World Class Commissioning 2010
World Class Commissioning (WCC) is one of the main ways in which the performance of primary care trusts is assessed.
The process tests the ability of PCTs to do their job as commissioners of health services – including improving the health of local people.
The latest results are in – and NHS Nottinghamshire County has improved significantly in the past year.
World Class Commissioning “competencies” are designed to assess the quality of work done by PCTs in various disciplines. They are scored 1-4, with 4 being the highest.
Where a direct comparison can be made with last year, NHS Nottinghamshire County has improved in every category.
NHS Nottinghamshire County’s corporate performance has also been assessed using a traffic light system – where green is the highest score:
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