Breadcrumb Home Publications What are the lessons from the USA for clinical commissioning groups in the English NHS? This content relates to the following topics: Commissioning and contracting Clinical commissioning groups Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page In this article for The Lancet, Chris Ham and Paul Zollinger-Read draw valuable lessons from their visit to the United States, which could help to support clinical commissioning groups as they grapple with NHS reforms.Read the full article on The Lancet website Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Long read What is commissioning and how is it changing? Commissioning is the process by which health and care services are planned, purchased and monitored. Here we look at the commissioning process in more detail, the organisations involved and how it is changing. Paid event Thinking differently about commissioning Blog Commissioning is dead, long live commissioning With collaboration and integrated care central to the long-term plan for the NHS, Ruth Robertson considers what the future holds for commissioning and commissioners. Active project Thinking differently about commissioning: new approaches to local planning This project sought to support systems as their commissioning structures evolve by presenting evidence to inform decision-making.