Consultation responses

Submission to the Health Select Committee: Primary Care Inquiry

Person centred, coordinated primary care starts from the perspective of the person and works with them to identify the care and support that fits their life, allowing them to work towards the health and wellbeing goals most important to them.

There is growing evidence that ‘person centred, coordinated care’ can improve service user experience and ensure the most appropriate use of limited healthcare resources. National Voices believes that primary care should be better supported to deliver more person centred, coordinated care.

Person centred primary care involves:

Submission to NHS England: Proposed revisions to Clinical Reference Groups

National Voices believes that the involvement of people with lived experience is vital to ensure that a full understanding of the conditions being discussed, how they affect people’s lives, and the experience of using treatments is understood. There are wide-ranging benefits to the inclusion of the perspectives of people with lived experience of the conditions and services under discussion. They understand how the condition affects them and their families, what it feels like to use the services on offer.

Submission to the Treasury: Autumn Statement 2016 representation

There is growing evidence of an urgent need for more money for the health and care system. Trust deficits, growing waiting times and service reductions are some of the key signs that the system is overstretched and that this is having an adverse impact on patients and those who rely on services. It is vital this is addressed in the Autumn Statement if we are to achieve a sustainable, effective and equitable service.


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