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 Blog Put GPs at the centre of the NHS commissioning roadmap Ruth Robertson outlines the importance of involving GPs in commissioning and planning in the NHS if we are to meet the challenges of transforming care and balancing finances. Report Clinical commissioning: GPs in charge? What progress has been made around effective GP involvement in commissioning? This report from The King's Fund and the Nuffield Trust assesses what has been learnt so far and makes recommendations for the future. Blog Co-commissioning one year on: any progress? How are new co-commissioning arrangements progressing, a year after their introduction? Chris Naylor considers the results of our survey of GP practices in six clinical commissioning groups, carried out with the Nuffield Trust. Slideshow Has clinical commissioning found its voice? GP perspectives on their CCGs This slide set presents the results of our fourth annual online survey of GPs and practice managers' views of their clinical commissioning group (CCG) and its role in primary care.