NHS Complaints Review Report (BBC News)

Summary

The government-backed review investigating how the NHS in England handles complaints has been published. An achievement of this review is to have persuaded twelve important organisations to sign-up to a series of pledges.

Recommendations include improving quality of care, improving how complaints are handled, greater independence in complaints procedures and facilitation of whistleblowing.

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Reference

Triggle, N. (2013). NHS complaints revolution ‘needed’. London: BBC Health News, October 28th 2013.

This relates to:

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Reference

A review of the NHS hospitals complaints system: putting patients back in the picture. London: Department of Health, October 28th 2013.

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