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Healthcare campaigners claimed tmove undermined the group's role of overseeing NHS spending in a climate of The special allowance, which will se1ehe group's part-time chair Dr Phil Jennings and chief clinical officer Dr Abhi Mantgani each receive more than PS112,000 a year in total from public funds, is aimed at reflecting what officers say are "complexity factors" connected to Wirral's economy, its size and overall healthcare landscape.
Dr Alistair Blair, a Northumberland GP and chief clinical officer for the county's new CCG, said he was pleased it was now taking on its statutory role.
Chief clinical officer Dr Phil Jennings and chairman Dr Abhi Mantgani at NHS Wirral in the North West will both see their pay rise to PS112,613.
Vicky Pleydell, chief clinical officer designate at NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG, said: "In the interest of preserving precious public funds, and the public's time and effort, the CCG will pause the consultation until after feedback from the Secretary of State has been received.
Dr Alistair Blair, chief clinical officer at NHS Northumberland CCG, said he was very pleased by the turnout.
Client-directed care, recovery are among watchwords in CRC clinical initiative In an exclusive interview, the chief clinical officer of the nation's largest network of addiction treatment centers outlines the clinical competencies that every counselor in the organization will be required to have.
Some new titles are chief clinical officer or senior VP of research and development.
has assumed the position of chief clinical officer.