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Have Your Say

We want you to have your say and influence your local health services. When major changes are being considered, we need to know what local people think and your views are integral in helping us make decisions.

Consultations and surveys give you the opportunity to let us know how you feel about suggested changes and by taking part, you can help us to improve the NHS services we commission.

On this page, you can find details of current consultations and surveys relating to both local and national health services. Please do take the time to fill them out – every response is really valuable.

Help shape modern primary care

As it celebrates its 70th birthday, the NHS is looking at ways to reform the GP contract to provide a stronger and more sustainable general practice for patients as part of the new NHS Long Term Plan.

NHS England is inviting views from GPs, patients and healthcare professionals on two documents; the outcomes of a Review of the Quality and Outcomes Framework and proposals for potential payment reform to reflect emerging digital models of primary care.

Read these documents and find out more about these proposed changes and how you can have your say by visiting the NHS England website. Feedback can be given until 31 August 2018.

East Sussex Wheelchair Services Collaborative user experience questionnaire

East Sussex Wheelchair Services Collaborative is the service user and carers group for adults and children representing around 15,000 NHS wheelchair users in East Sussex. A questionnaire is being undertaken to gather the experiences of wheelchair users of all ages, and their parents/carers, of using emergency ambulances in East Sussex.

Once collated, the experiences will be shared anonymously with South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb), with a view to seeking ways to improve their emergency ambulance service experience in the future.

The closing date for the return of questionnaires is 7 September 2018 and Healthwatch East Sussex will be supporting wheelchair users and carers at a feedback meeting with SECAmb taking place in September. Click here to download the questionnaire. Details of how to return your completed questionnaire can be found at the bottom of the document.

How satisfied are you with the NHS England website?

As part of continuing efforts to improve the website, NHS England would like to know whether the website meets your needs and expectations and how satisfied you are with your visit.

www.engage.england.nhs.uk/survey/website-satisfaction-survey/

Help improve the NHS Health Check programme

The NHS Health Check programme aims to prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease. Those aged between 40 and 74 are eligible for a check every five years and are given personalised advice to help minimise risk and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Help us improve this programme by completing the online survey below.

https://consultation.eastsussex.gov.uk/adult-social-care/healthchecksurvey2/

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