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National Voices welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed Core20PLUS5 approach.
Timely access to care is now the most pressing concern of people who live with health conditions, disability or impairment, and what they talk to National Voices members about. Delays, waits, service disruptions and cancellations are now so widespread that it can seem difficult to find areas of healthcare that aren’t affected.
National Voices was asked by the Committee to respond to the inquiry on Clearing the backlog caused by the pandemic, which aims to quantify the level of pent-up demand for key healthcare services, and to consider whether fundamental changes to the organisation and delivery of NHS services will be required to manage the backlog of cases caused by the pandemic.
Many of us will be watching closely as the NHS Bill begins its journey through Parliament and will be seeking to ensure that it meets the needs of the people we support. However, while the Bill represents an exciting opportunity, previous NHS reforms have taught us that legislation alone is not enough to improve people’s health and lives.
On July 13 National Voices sent a joint letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed and endorsed by nearly 60 member organisations asking him to urgently reconsider the decision to lift virtually all infection control measures.
Administration is a gatekeeper and enabler for quality care; when these processes go wrong, the effects go far beyond mere inconvenience.
In this letter to the Prime Minister, Charlotte Augst outlines National Voices’ recommendations on public health reforms.
Ask How I Am: Supporting emotional health among people living with long-term conditions has been coproduced by National Voices and Centre for Mental Health, with support from a range of long-term conditions charities.
This report explores how the move to remote service models impacted people and how the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector (VCSE) has led innovative ways to deliver healthcare and support people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Voices’ conference How Can We Dismantle Health Inequity Together? ran over four Tuesdays in March 2021, with each day focused on a different theme.