A different side to the NHS
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A different side to the NHS

After 32 years in nursing, Helen Ballinger talks about her new role as a clinical commissioning manager

What is your job?

I became a clinical commissioning manager in July 2017 after being in provider services for 32 years. I’m part of the integrated commissioning team and older people’s hub and I work closely with my social care colleagues on joint projects that will affect future health and social care provision. I also work with provider services and primary care with a focus on frailty.

Primary Health Care. 28, 2, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.2.14.s14

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