NHS Blood and Transplant: triennial review
This consultation has concluded
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Detail of outcome
The main conclusion of the review was that NHS Blood and Transplant performs necessary functions. The report contains recommendations for improving performance, governance and efficiency.
This consultation ran from
Seeks views on the role and performance of NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT).
The Department of Health reviews its arm’s length bodies once every 3 years.
This triennial review looks at NHSBT’s form, functions, governance and performance.
You will see from the call for evidence document that we want to know what you think about:
- whether NHSBT performs necessary functions
- whether these functions are delivered in the most effective way
- how well NHSBT performs
- whether NHSBT is efficient and provides good value for money
- whether the governance processes are appropriate and effective
You can also share your views in person at one of two workshops. You can book a place (places are limited and allocated on a first-come first-served basis):