Tagged: Andrew Lansley

The Right Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP was the Secretary of State for Health from May 2010 until September 2012.

The present Sectetary of State for Health is the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt

AQP map of services published on new AQP resource centre

As announced by the Secretary of State, from today, patients will be able to see on a new user-friendly and interactive map which local services will be available to them through ‘Any Qualified Provider’ from April 2012.  From hearing services … Read more → – AQP map of services published on new AQP resource centre

Watch Andrew Lansley and Sir David Nicholson at the NHS Chief Executives’ conference

Watch Health Secretary Andrew Lansley, NHS Chief Executive Sir David Nicholson and Deputy NHS Chief Executive David Flory speak at the NHS Chief Executives’ conference today on Thursday 24 November. In the webcast they set the priorities and operating rules … Read more → – Watch Andrew Lansley and Sir David Nicholson at the NHS Chief Executives’ conference

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

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

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