The Transformation Unit, working on behalf of the twelve clinical commissioning groups across Greater Manchester, were runners up in the first National Healthcare Transformation Awards, hosted by NHS clinical Commissioners and Health + Care.
The judges were impressed with the range of entries and commitment of the Clinical Commissioning Groups across Greater Manchester to make a tangible difference to patients.
Alex Heritage, Deputy Chief Executive of the Transformation Unit said:
“We are delighted that in the first national Healthcare Transformation Awards we are first runner up in a category that is most important to our population. This is a massive recognition of all the hard work that the team have put in to reducing variation across Greater Manchester”.
For further information about the Healthcare Transformation Awards, you can visit the NHS Clinical Commissioners website here: http://www.nhscc.org/latest-news/winners-healthcare-transformation-awards-2016/