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The England CCG Policies - as at 15/10/18 (and in the public domain!)

RMOC Guidance

BaNES and Wiltshire
Barnet and North London
Barnsley
Bradford, Calderdale, Greater Huddersfield, North Kirklees, Wakefield (new November '18)
Brighton, Hove & High Weald
Bristol
Birmingham/Solihull and Sandwell
Cambridge & Peterborough
Canterbury and Coastal
Coastal West Sussex
Dorset
Dudley
East Berkshire
East Cheshire, South Cheshire, Vale Royal
East of England (now superseded)
East of England Adult September 2018
East of England Child September 2018
East Riding & Hull
Erewash, Hardwick, North and South Derbyshire
North and East Lincs APC Extract from mins
Lancashire (Blackburn, Blackpool, Chorley, E Lancs, Preston, Morecambe Bay, W Lancs, Fylde)
Lincolnshire (4 CCGs)
Hackney
Hambleton, Richmond and Whitby
Harrogate
Havering
Herefordshire
Kernow
Leeds - minutes with mention of Libre
Leeds Policy
Leicestershire (now superseded)
Leicester (released 21/12/18)
Manchester
Merton
Mid Essex (EoE but not funded)
NE Hampshire and Farnham
Nene
N, E, W Devon, S Devon, Torbay
NE England including Newcastle
Nottingham City, N, E, W Notts, Rushcliffe & Newark
NW London
Oxford & Thames Valley
Pan Mersey
Portsmouth S Hants, IOW Pathway
Portsmouth, S Hant, IOW Policy
Rotherham
Sheffield
Shropshire
Somerset
South London
South Staffordshire
South Yorkshire Statement
Surrey
Telford
Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Newham
Warwickshire North
West Suffolk
Worcestershire
York & Scarborough


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