NHS England: Shaping the Future of Emergency Care
NHS England is today asking patients, public and NHS staff to help shape the future of urgent and emergency care services.
Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review was announced in January this year. Its aim is to develop a national framework to build a safe, more efficient system, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Those using and working in the NHS have from 17 June to 11 August to feedback on an evidence base for change and emerging principles that will guide the Review, also published today.
The terms of reference, evidence base and emerging principles, along with details on how to contribute and get your views heard, are all on the NHS England website.
This Review is just one part of a national approach to improving the way NHS services are delivered so that patients get high quality care from an NHS that is efficient now and secure for future generations.