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Health consultation: measuring performance in our public services

Opening date: 12 December 2006
Closing date: 03 April 2007
Department: Office for National Statistics
Category: Health and Care

This third consultation focused on measuring the output of the Health Service and looked at how to improve our current methods for measuring health.

The health consultation document published on 12 December, detailed the proposed changes and listed the consultation questions. The consultation closed on 3 April 2007.

Responses

UKCeMGA received the following written responses to the consultation:

1. Response to Health Consultation from Roger Hay
2. Response to Health Consultation from Continence Foundation
3. Response to Health Consultation from Audit Commission
4. Response to Health Consultation from BUPA
5. Response to Health Consultation from Healthcare Commission
6. Response to Health Consultation from Royal College of Surgeons of England
7. Response to Health Consultation from Association of Public Health Observatories
8. Response to Health Consultation from National Audit Office
9. Response to Health Consultation from Audit Scotland

Summary notes on the consultation seminar held in London on 6 February 2007, and in Edinburgh on 21 February 2007 are available to download.

We would like to thank those of you who have taken time to submit a written response to this consultation and attend the consultation seminars.

Next Steps

UKCeMGA's programme of consultations closed on 3 April 2007. A strategy document of how the results will be taken forward will be published within three months of this closing date.

We thank you for your participation.

UKCeMGA – CONSULTATION 3
D1/07
ONS
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London SW1V 2QQ

email: UKCeMGA@ons.gsi.gov.uk

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