Commission on Improving Urgent Care for Older People Talking Point

The NHS Confederation has launched an independent Commission on Improving Urgent Care for Older People. 

Comprised of leaders and experts from across the acute, primary, community and social care sectors, commissioners, patient groups and older people’s advocates, the Commission aims to put forward patient-centred, evidence based solutions that will be widely supported and practically applied in local health and care settings.

You can use this talking point to feed in your comments to the Commission and share your views with peers on this issue. 


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