NHS leaders set out plans for seven-day access to services in 15 months Guidance includes aim for quarter of patients in England to have week-round access to acute care and a fifth to GPs by March 2017
A quarter of England’s population should have access to some seven-day services in acute hospitals in only 15 months, NHS leaders have said.
They also laid out their ambition for a fifth of people to have better week-round access to GPs and other primary care by March 2017. Continue reading... The Guardian