Wiltshire CCG to get more funds
2:00pm Friday 31st January 2014 in Latest News
Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will receive more funding in the next two years, but will have to reduce its running costs.
For 2014/15 the CCG will get a 2.14 per cent hike in funding from NHS England, £512 million, and 1.70 per cent the following year, almost £521m.
Simon Truelove, chief financial officer at the CCG, said at a governing body meeting in Devizes on Tuesday that CCGs will receive no adjustment to running costs allocations. For Wiltshire this will remain £11.7m, equivalent to £24.78 per head of population.
He said: “From 2015/16 it is assumed that CCGs will see a ten per cent reduction to the cash value of running cost allocations. For Wiltshire CCG this is a £1.17m reduction.”
He said the CCG was on track to deliver a surplus of £5m this financial year.
The CCG, which was established last April and replaced NHS Wiltshire, has 111 staff and is nearing full establishment. Seventy five of the employees are full-time and 36 are part-time.
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