National Voices’ response to the Hewitt Review call for evidence
- Person-centred care
- Lived experience
- Integrated care
- Health inequalities
We recognise the importance of local autonomy, but also highlight the importance of making what matters to people matter in any target set, as well as the importance of not watering down minimum standards.
We also express our concern that the timescale set out for the Review and the processes of consultation offered to date will not allow the meaningful participation of most voluntary, community and social enterprise sector partners, nor of people with lived experience of the health and social care system.
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