Patients First and Foremost, the government’s initial response to the Francis Report
Patients First and Foremost, the government’s initial response to the Francis Report, was published just before Easter. Slightly shorter than the Francis Report itself, the 80-page document sets out the government’s ambitions for quality of care in the NHS, and the key challenges to be met in achieving this.
- An overview of the government response
- New criminal sanctions
- Creating a culture of staff engagement
- What the proposed changes mean for Monitor
- Bringing about constitutional change…
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