Putting Patients First: NHS England’s Business Plan for 2014/15 to 2016/17 (NHS England)

Summary

NHS England has updated the “Putting Patients First” business plan. This report reaffirms NHS England’s commitment to improving the quality of care; improving equality and reducing health inequalities; and ensuring that patients and the public are involved in decisions about their care. Putting Patients First describes what NHS England does as an organisation in the NHS commissioning system.

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Reference

Putting patients first: business plan 2014-15 to 2016-17. Leeds: NHS England Policy Directorate / Business Planning Team, March 31st 2014.

An Alternative Take: the Future Patient Manifesto

David Gilbert, Director of Patient Engagement at InHealth Associates has produced a ten-point manifesto on patient engagement:

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Reference

The Future Patient: a manifesto for patient-led health and healthcare. [Online: Blog], October 2014.

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