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Videos from the public health reform event

We asked people attending the public health reforms event to talk about the reforms, and their vision for Public Health England. The aims of the event included considering what Public Health England’s vision, identity and values should be, and how… Read more →Videos from the public health reform event

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Senior leaders’ event on public health reform – send your questions

The Department of Health is hosting a public health reform event on Tuesday 26 July. This event brings together around 200 senior leaders from the organisations whose functions will transfer to Public Health England and from the wider public health… Read more →Senior leaders’ event on public health reform – send your questions

Liberating practice management

The NHS Alliance has published a new document for GP practices, Liberating Practice Management: How to create a thriving practice in challenging times. Liberating Practice Management brings to life a range of management challenges facing GP practices, offering case studies… Read more →Liberating practice management

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Podiatry services

By offering people choice in health and care services such as podiatry services, in the years ahead we expect to see more services being offered by a much wider range of NHS, private and voluntary providers. The Society of Chiropodists… Read more →Podiatry services

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Any Qualified Provider

The Department has committed to working alongside the NHS to support the phased roll out of extended patient choice of Any Qualified Provider (AQP). Operational guidance to the NHS setting out plans to deliver the Government’s commitment to extending patient choice… Read more →Any Qualified Provider

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What this means for patients

In the future, patients will be offered a wider choice of providers when they are referred for some treatments by a healthcare professional . The NHS has been asked to help test a small number of services that patients have… Read more →What this means for patients

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What this means for providers

All healthcare providers – including NHS and independent organisations, charities and social enterprises, which meet the qualifying requirements will be able to deliver some NHS services. From the end of this year and subject to the results of testing, local… Read more →What this means for providers

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Back and neck pain services

By offering people choice in health and care services such as back and neck pain services, in the years ahead we expect to see more services being offered by a much wider range of NHS, private and voluntary providers. The… Read more →Back and neck pain services

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Direct access diagnostic tests

By offering people choice in health and care services such as diagnostic services, in the years ahead we expect to see more services being offered by a much wider range of NHS, private and voluntary providers. The following case studies… Read more →Direct access diagnostic tests

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Children’s and adults’ continence services

By offering people choice in health and care services such as continence services, in the years ahead we expect to see more services being offered by a much wider range of NHS, private and voluntary providers. For example, PromoCon, a… Read more →Children’s and adults’ continence services

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