commission for health improvement meaning

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  • [Law]
    A body established under the Health Act 1999. Its remit includes providing advice to Primary Care Trusts or NHS Trusts for the purpose of monitoring and improving the quality of health care and reporting on the provision or quality of health care.


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  1. She was a Lay Inspector for the Commission for Health Improvement.
  2. In 2003 only trusts with three stars from the Commission for Health Improvement were eligible for foundation status.
  3. A Commission for Health Improvement ( CHI ) began a clinical governance review of the trust in 2002.
  4. He has also served as Commissioner on the Commission for Health Improvement and the Healthcare Commission, where he chaired the Clinical Strategy Group.
  5. The NHS Plan 2000 published a year earlier, included the establishment of the Commission for Health Improvement, which was intended to tackle such problems.

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