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'Healthy Lives, Healthy Futures' publishes Phase 2 public engagement feedback report

Healthy Lives, Healthy Futures has now published its latest feedback report for Phase 2 of the engagement programme, ‘Moving the Conversation on’.

The report provides comprehensive feedback on the key themes emerging from the questionnaire. These include: improving accessibility; improving quality; improving preventative services, improving efficiency & finance and centralising specialised services. It also includes the public’s views and concerns raised in respect of the 5 key visionary principles: self-care and independence; safety and quality of care; care closer to home; integration and financial sustainability.

For further information and to review the report visit, http://www.healthyliveshealthyfutures.nhs.uk/publications/

Dr Peter Melton, Chief Clinical Officer, North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group said “Overall there has been strong support for our vision which is very encouraging. Over the next few weeks we will be producing a number of key proposals that clearly outline how services will be changing in Northern Lincolnshire. These proposals will be available for public consultation shortly and I would urge the public to get involved, come along to one of our consultation events and talk to us about the changes.”

Margaret Sanderson, Chair, North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group said “The Healthy Lives Healthy Futures engagement process has been invaluable for both CCGs in verifying the public support for our vision. It has also given us an insight in to a number of practical and operational issues raised by the public such as access; transportation and improving integration between partners. The public can be reassured that we will be taking into consideration these topics and concerns when outlining our forthcoming future proposals.”

The Healthy Lives, Healthy Futures consultation phase will commence in the next few months and information regarding this will be announced shortly.

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