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The Francis Report

25th February 2013

Primary Care Commissioning has reviewed the implications for CCGs and GPs following the publication of the Francis Report earlier this month.

The report made 290 recommendations and its "key theme" was "putting the patient first", the PCC said. The review added: "Francis does, however, strongly recommend that all healthcare organisations immediately consider how they measure against the report’s recommendations and there are important messages in the report for CCGs and their practice members, both in terms of the skills they need to develop and the way in which they engage both with providers and their commissioning support organisations to uphold and improve the quality of patient care."

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Article Information

Title: The Francis Report
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 23795
Date Added: 25th Feb 2013

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