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Using patient choice: practical learning from AQP in adult hearing loss

Monitor recently published a report examining how choice has been working for patients with hearing loss - and how it could work better.

This webinar, in partnership with NHS Clinical Commissioners, will provide a summary of the key findings of the report, and will discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing choice in community-based services.

Chaired by Julie Wood, Director of NHS Clinical Commissioners, we will share experiences of those who have seen benefits through the AQP scheme and how barriers were overcome.

Aimed at clinical commissioning groups and commissioning support units, the webinar will be a valuable resource of information for you to help shape decision-making around using patient choice and ensuring you gain maximum benefit for patients.
Recorded May 19 2015 62 mins
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Making the health sector work for patients
As the sector regulator for health services in England, our job is to make the health sector work better for patients. As well as making sure that independent NHS foundation trusts are well led so that they can deliver quality care on a sustainable basis, we make sure: essential services are maintained if a provider gets into serious difficulties; the NHS payment system promotes quality and efficiency; and patients do not lose out through restrictions on their rights to make choices, through poor purchasing on their behalf, or through inappropriate anti-competitive behaviour by providers or commissioners.

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