Specialised Commissioning is a free* journal and online resource for healthcare professionals and managers who have a role or interest in commissioning.

Specialised Commissioning aims to:

  • showcase innovation and best practice
  • stimulate debate about specialised healthcare
  • provide updates on guidance and policies from NHS England, NICE, and other professional bodies
  • share learning from pioneering new models of care
  • feature insights from all interested parties—including healthcare professionals, commissioners, patient groups, charities, the pharmaceutical industry.

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Specialised Commissioning is also available to other healthcare professionals at an annual UK subscription (4 issues) of £60. Subscriptions to Specialised Commissioning for delivery outside the UK will be subject to an additional charge to cover postage and packing. Order online at www.mgp.co.uk/shop.


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*Eligibility criteria apply. Eligible roles include: clinical directors, medical directors, directors/heads of commissioning, directors of contracting and finance, directors of public health, and other senior professionals with a role or interest in specialised healthcare and commissioning.