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The CCG requires strong relationships with a range of health and care partners and local communities in order to be successful commissioners. These relationships provide CCGs with on-going information, advice and knowledge to help them make the best possible commissioning decisions.

The CCG 360 stakeholder survey is an objective way of measuring how strong these relationships are. The survey takes place every year and allows stakeholders to provide feedback on working relationships with the CCG.

The results from the survey will serve the following purpose:

  1. To provide a wealth of data for CCGs to help with their ongoing organisational development, which will enable them to continue building strong and productive relationships with stakeholders. The findings provide a valuable tool for all to evaluate our progress and inform organisational decisions.
  2. To feed into assurance conversations between NHS England and ourselves. The survey will form part of the evidence used to assess whether stakeholder relationships are central to the way the CCG commissions services for our local population, and in doing so, improve quality and outcomes for patients

Prior to the merger of the three CCGs in East Berkshire, the 360 stakeholder survey was completed for each CCG. You can view the results for each CCG below.