Guidance

Making choice work well in NHS adult hearing services: resources for commissioners

Information and resources to help commissioners of NHS audiology services implement choice that works well for patients.

Documents

Could choice benefit your patients? Guidance for commissioners looking to implement choice

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Top tips for commissioners: how to make choice in adult hearing services work well

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Issues raised by commissioners on Any Qualified Provider in adult hearing services:

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Department of Health: adult hearing AQP implementation pack

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Webinar: practical learning from AQP in adult hearing loss

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Following its research project into how choice is working for patients in NHS adult hearing services, Monitor committed to publishing a set of resources, which aim to:

  • set out key principles of well implemented choice in adult hearing services
  • help commissioners who are thinking about using patient choice
  • support decision-making

These resources may also be useful for NHS commissioners considering implementing choice in other types of services.

If you require any further information or advice, please get in touch.

Published 10 November 2015