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Improving Outcomes: A Strategy for Cancer - Fourth Annual Report

Introduction

Incidence, mortality and survival

Spend on cancer

Impact of new structures and arrangements on services and outcomes

Update on Outcomes Frameworks

NHS England and the Mandate

Delivering public health programmes

Reducing premature mortality

New structures and partnerships

Moving forward

Using intelligence to support improvements

Key data sets

NCIN analysis to inform and drive change

National Cancer Registration Service

National cancer audits

International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership

Research

Prevention and early diagnosis

Prevention

Extending and expanding the cancer screening programmes

Be Clear on Cancer campaigns

Supporting general practitioners to assess patients more effectively and improve opportunities for earlier investigation and diagnosis

Endoscopy

Treatment

Cancer waiting times

Surgery

Radiotherapy

Chemotherapy

Cancer Drugs Fund

Genomics

Peer Review

Improving Outcomes: A Strategy for Cancer

Work on older people experience and survivorship

Experience Survey 2013

Radiotherapy Patient Experience Survey

Work to improve patient experience

The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative

End of Life Care

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Overview
  • Publication date: December 2014
  • Prepared by: Department of Health, Public Health England and NHS England (including NHS Improving Quality)
  • Target audience:
    • GPs
    • CCG Clinical Leaders
    • Directors of PH
    • NHS England Regional Directors
    • NHS England Area Directors 
    • NHS Trust CEs, Foundation Trust CEs
    • Medical Directors
    • Directors of Nursing
    • Local Authority CEs,
    • Allied Health Professionals
    • NDPBs,
    • Voluntary Organisations
Format PDF
File size 709 KB
Link https://campaignresources.phe.gov.uk/resources/campaigns/16-be-clear-on-cancer/resources/1624

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