News

Call to action

Date: 12 June 2013

Time: 01:00

NHS England has called on the public, NHS staff, primary care and other stakeholders to have an open and honest debate about the future shape of the NHS in order to meet rising demand, introduce new technology and meet the expectations of its patients.  This is set against a backdrop of flat funding that, if services continue to be delivered in the same way as now, will result in a funding gap that could grow to £30bn between 2013/14 to 2020/21. The Call to Action is asking how we could do things differently to meet these demands.

Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group are engaging with patients and local people on the Call to Action messages and questions that will help to inform and influence our plans and commissioning priorities. We have developed our own Call to Action that focuses on some of our priority areas.

We have launched an online survey, which can be found here. Please do take 10 minutes to complete the questions to have your say in the way health services are delivered locally.

  • Summary:

    NHS England has called on the public, NHS staff, primary care and other stakeholders to have an open and honest debate about the future shape of the NHS in order to meet rising demand, introduce new technology and meet the expectations of its patients. 

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