An official NHS report released findings on the level of care provided to patients with dementia, writes The Daily Mail. The ratings show that 57 percent of health boards provide inadequate care. The dementia assessments are based on the number of patients receiving a formal diagnosis, and whether sufferers receive annual reviews. Published on the ‘My NHS’ website in a transparency drive, the ratings are to be extended to cancer, maternity and mental health services soon.
UK: NHS Release New Ratings on Care Provided for Dementia Patients
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