Sunday, 9 March 2014

Named co-ordinators for elderly


Labour have proposed that elderly people should be provided with a single carer to co-ordinate all their care needs in plans to overhaul the way the NHS looks after patients. Andy Burnham, the shadow health secretary, said: "I want to cement the right to a named, single point of contact so there is one person to email or one person to ring if things aren't working. That named person is there to deliver a personalised plan.”

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