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He is calling on the health secretary, NHSE and Biomarin - the pharmaceutical
NHSE rules require that CCGs submit detailed applications by the end of September if changes are to be enacted by April 2020.
"The outcome of this would determine next steps in terms of surveillance and ensure a common understanding and appreciation of the risks between the Trust, CCG, NHSE and Care Quality Commission."
Dame Jackie added: "Work has already begun to recruit extra staff and we are liaising closely with NHSE on options for funding the co-location of services.
With an increasing number of requests from other NHSE project areas, an independent audit by Agile Elephant of the futureNHS collaboration platform (powered by Kahootz) was commissioned last year which calculated a first-year net operating benefit of [pounds sterling]1.5m, rising to [pounds sterling]8.9m in Year 2.
Both the G-Cloud agreements allow DHSC and NHSE and all their Arm's-length Bodies (ALBs) to call-off Kahootz Enterprise user licenses using preferential discounted partnership terms.
This hardware instance includes its own resources (such as PC registry, general register, pipeline registers and control logic in the Hardware Scheduler Engine (nHSE)), which share resources with other entities (combinational logic allows execution of instructions placed between pipeline registers and the joint nHSE) while task i runs task i instructions (i = 0, ..., n-1).
The pharmaceutical industry has expressed concerns surrounding changes implemented by the National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE) and NHS England (NHSE), which alter the way new medicines are assessed.
How does this meet your national requirement to consult in line with NHSE guidance 'Transforming Participation in Health and Care' September 2013?
"It clearly highlights that the primary care system operates on a knife's edge if professionals can walk away without repercussions and our local NHSE lack safety contingency plans to immediately provide locum cover, which has been enacted elsewhere in the country."
Dixon T and Reeve J (2003): Emergency on-call duties: Audit of support, education and training provision in one NHSE region.