Table 3

Management of conflicts of interest

Site 1Site 2Site 3Site 4
Number of GPs or practice managers that are voting members of PCCCOne independent GPOne local GP (clinical lead for primary care development)Two GP members of GB and one practice manager member of GBTwo GB practice representatives
Quorum membershipAt least three members including a lay member and either chief officer or chief finance officer or chief of service delivery and qualityAt least three non-executive members, one GP, two CCG chief officers, chief finance officer, head of contracting and any two non-voting members.1 lay member, 1 GP, 1 executive memberFour members, which must include: chief officer or chief finance officer and two of the following: lay member (audit or patient and public involvement), lay person, nurse or secondary care consultant. This must include the chair or vice-chair.
Hold meetings of the PCCC in public and publish the minutes of these minutes on their websitesYesYesYesYes
Independent clinical inputIndependent GP from another area
Secondary care doctor/registered nurse
Secondary care doctor/registered nurseGP members from different geographical areas
Secondary care doctor/registered nurse
Independent GP from another area
GP members from different geographical areas
Secondary care doctor/registered nurse
Published register of interests on websiteYesYesYesYes
Published a register of gifts and hospitality on their websitesYesYesYes (blank, presumably because staff had not received any gifts or hospitality to declare)No
  • CCG, clinical commissioning group; GB, governing body; GP, general practitioner; PCCC, primary care commissioning committee.