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Μπορειτε να με πληροφορησετε τι ισχυει στο εξωτερικο- Αγγλια με τα ψυχιατρικα νοσηματα, φαρμακα, παρακολουθηση κλπ. απο ψυχιατρους; Και αν δεν μιλας καλα την γλωσσα πως μπορεις να συνεννοηθεις;
Στο ερώτημά σας απαντά ο ψυχολόγος – ομαδικός θεραπευτής Δημήτρης Κατσαρός.
The main aim of NHS England is to improve the health outcomes for people in England.
We believe the new approach we are taking will really make a difference and deliver the improved health outcomes we all want to see.
Central to our ambition is to place the patients and the public at the heart of everything we do. We are what we want the NHS to be – open, evidence-based and inclusive, to be transparent about the decisions we make, the way we operate and the impact we have.
We encourage patient and public participation in the NHS, treat them respectfully and put their interests first. This allows us to develop the insight to help us improve outcomes and guarantee no community is left behind or disadvantaged.
We empower and support clinical leaders at every level of the NHS through clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), networks and senates, in NHS England itself and in providers, helping them to make genuinely informed decisions, spend the taxpayers’ money wisely and provide high quality services.
Engaging with our staff is equally important to us too. Our staff are what makes NHS England an excellent organisation: an exemplar in customer focus, professionalism, rigour and creativity.
Grounded by the values and principles of the NHS Constitution, we are an organisation who shares ideas and knowledge, successes and failures, and listens to each other carefully and thoughtfully.
At NHS England, we practice what we preach. By working collaboratively and building coalitions with partners everywhere means we can achieve greater things together and deliver the best patient service not only in England but in the world.Looking back
Preparation for the launch of the new commissioning system was the responsibility of the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB), established on 1 October 2012 as an executive non-departmental public body. Prior to this, the NHS Commissioning Board Special Health Authority, established in October 2011, was established to design the proposed commissioning landscape and develop its business functions.
The NHS CB made rapid and significant progress preparing for the establishment of NHS England. Some key achievements included:
- The publication of NHS England’s mandate from the Government.
- The publication of Everyone Counts: Planning for Patients 2013/14, NHS England’s planning guidance for 2013/14
- The authorisation of all 211 clinical commissioning groups to commission healthcare services for their communities