Thursday, 16 May 2013

Quality imaging services for primary care: good practice guide

Quality imaging services for primary care: good practice guide:
Patients needing urgent scans on the NHS should be seen within a week of being referred by their GP and routine screenings should be carried out within two weeks of a GP referral.
Quality Imaging Services for Primary care: A Good Practice Guide  –  sets out what needs to change to make a ‘tremendous difference’ to the care of patients requiring an NHS scan and aims to reinforce the links between local NHS clinical imaging departments and the new clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
NHS Networks

No comments:

Post a comment