NHS survey should reveal local medical technology access needs:
This article was originally published in Clinica
There is a month to go to the end of the UK's Healthcare Commission public survey on how it should evaluate the quality of the healthcare services. Among the questions being asked of the public is whether they have experienced difficulties in receiving the service they needed. It is also seeking to find out what the patients' top priorities are regarding the care and treatment provided locally, and which parameters the Commission should measure in assessing health service quality. The Healthcare Commission announced its plans to reform the system, including the abolition of the star rating system, in November 2004. The consultation (via www.healthcarecommission.org.uk) ends February 21.
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