Access Access to health care services can have an impact on quality of care and people’s health outcomes
There are many factors that could help or hinder people’s access to good quality health care services. For example, age, ethnicity, economic circumstances, or geographic location.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Health Foundation response to to the interim Clinically-led Review of NHS Access Standards, published today by NHS England.
We need to be realistic – training new GPs takes time, services are already under immense strain and face rising demand
Health Foundation response to the Conservative party’s pledge to improve primary care access.
This project aims to help patients to develop a therapeutic relationship with their preferred clinician by introducing micro-teams and implementing systems that match clinical capacity to demand.
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