The Healthcare Commission
The Healthcare Commission exists to promote improvements in the quality of healthcare and public health in England and Wales.In England, The Healthcare Commission are responsible for assessing and reporting on the performance of both NHS and independent healthcare organisations, to ensure that they are providing a high standard of care. The Healthcare Commission also encourage providers to continually improve their services and the way they work. In Wales, the role is more limited and relates mainly to working onnational reviews that cover both England and Wales, as well as the annual report on the state of healthcare. In this role, we work closelywith the Health Inspectorate Wales, who are responsible for the NHS in Wales, and the Care Standards Inspectorate Wales, who are responsible for independent healthcare in Wales. The Healthcare Commission aims to 1) promote the rights of everyone to have access to healthcareservices and the opportunity to improve their health 2) be independent, fair and open in our decision making, and consultative about our processes These aims are reflected in everything they do.
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