You will find the most recent surveys/questionnaires gathering views on different Health and Social Care services below so that you can give your views:
Extended Access to GPs survey
Coventry and Rugby CCG is asking local people to complete a survey to help them develop GP services that meet the needs of local patients. They need to ensure that everyone has easier and more convenient access to GP services, which includes offering appointments at evenings and weekends. This means ensuring services are joined up, make the best use of the resources available and helps us to continue improving health and care for patients.
The survey will take approximatly 10-12 minutes of your time.
Restricting promotions of products high in fat, sugar and salt by location and by price
The government is seeking views on its plans to restrict promotions of food and drink products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) by location and by price.
This consultation asks what you think about:
- Restricting volume-based price promotions of HFSS food and drink that encourage people to buy more than they need, for example, ‘buy one, get one free’ and free refills of sugary soft drinks
- Restricting the placement of HFSS food and drink at main selling locations in stores, such as checkouts, aisle ends and store entrances
The consultation closes on 6 April 2019.
Items which should not routinely be prescribed in primary care: an update and a consultation on further guidance for CCGs
NHS England and NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) are working together to support clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in ensuring that they can use their prescribing resources effectively and deliver best patient outcomes from the medicines that their local population uses. A national public consultation has been launched on proposals to update and review commissioning guidance on eight more products. In the majority of cases there are other more effective, safer and/or cheaper alternatives available to the items that NHS England is recommending should not be routinely prescribed in primary care.
Views of waiting times targets
The Patients Association would like to hear your views on waiting time targets. How important are they to you? Would you support a relaxation of the current targets? Do these targets give you a clear expectation of what to expect from the health service?
The survey, which includes a brief overview of the current system and targets, will take around five minutes to complete. Your views will be kept anonymous.