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National Steering Group

Objective and scope of activities

The purpose of the NSG is to support NHS Health Check planned activity by acting as a critical friend and holding PHE and the following sub groups to account on their delivery of the work plan: Expert Scientific and Clinical Advisory Panel, Information Governance and Data sub group, Regional and Centres sub group and Local Implementer National Forum.

The NSG is responsible for monitoring performance and progress against PHE's national delivery plan. The group provides a robust check and challenge function to support the sub-groups in delivering key commitments to time, quality and cost. The group has a key role to play in advising the National Advisory Committee on progress against key commitments and in escalating risks and issues. It will also make recommendations for action back to the sub groups. 

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Membership

Meeting frequency

Quarterly

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